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Sidetracked Magazine

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3 issues per year.
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Current Issue

Vol 29,  released 22/02/2024
(30+ in stock)

Features: Nepal, Ladakh, Finland, Finnish Folklore

inc. p&p to United Kingdom
Next Issue: Issue 30, Due:03/06/2024
An exciting new journal-style magazine, that aims to upend the traditional travel-title medium by focusing on personal journeys at some of the most extraordinary locales across the globe. At its heart Sidetracked is about turning your traditional holiday trek from mundane affairs into the adventurous outings that we all aspire our trips to be. Full of insightful advice on gear and locations to visit from the experiences of the magazines many contributors. For the hearty explorer of far-away lands looking to leave their more traditional homes completely behind for a time, Sidetracked is a magazine dedicated to the far off and exotic, not your simple and safe caravan-centred locations.

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A Sense of Purpose

There’s a powerful link between challenge and connection. When things are easy, we’re less engaged. Engagement requires effort. By testing ourselves we can forge that sense of purposeful connection – with the people around us, with the natural world, and with ourselves.

This volume of Sidetracked champions connection and engagement over taking the easy way. While Lana Tannir seeks a link between childhood imagination and Finnish folklore, Hamish Frost and friends attempt to climb untouched summits in Nepal. Ian Finch documents the efforts of Indigenous biologists to conserve dwindling moose populations, and Jenny Tough, in ‘Koan’, asks herself to justify adventure on her bicycle at 5,000m in Ladakh. Meanwhile, Krystle Wright seeks digital disconnection in order to achieve physical connection – an act of deliberate engagement with the natural world.

We live in an era of unprecedented abundance and choice for more people than ever before. Intentionally taking the hard path, turning away from ease and comfort to strengthen something in our souls, requires effort – but can reveal our sense of purpose.


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