Between the Peaks: An Interview with Adventure Filmmaker Jonathan Ronzio

After two years of planning the trip began. Three friends landed in Chile with a plan to buy a truck, drive to Alaska, climb the highest mountain on both South and North  America, and volunteer in every country they passed through along the way. They would document it all for on video and after finishing … Read more Between the Peaks: An Interview with Adventure Filmmaker Jonathan Ronzio

Dave Cornthwaite on Crossing the Atacama Desert By Whike

Dave on a whike
Dave on a whike
Dave on his trusty whike in Chile.

Dave Cornthwaite is a British ginger adventurer. He’s also likely one of the kindest and humblest people you’re likely to meet. He’ll be the first to emphatically explain to you why he’s no different than anyone else, despite the fact that he’s completed nine (soon to be 10) non-motorized expeditions of over 1000 miles, such as skateboarding across Australia, swimming the Missouri River, and stand-up paddle boarded the length of the Mississippi, which are not things that normal people do.

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An Interview with Tom Bodkin of Secret Compass Expeditions

Tom Bodkins is one-half of Secret Compass Expeditions. He and his partner Lev Wood (who I interviewed last month) run what is probably the most intrepid and challenging adventure tour company on the planet. Think of it like Outward Bound. For marines. In some of the most seldom visited places on Earth (places that people don’t visit for good reasons).

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Andrew Badenoch and the 77Zero Project

Andrew Badenoch
Andrew Badenoch with kilt

On March 25th Andrew Badenoch will be embarking on a journey unlike any I’ve ever heard of; he will travel from Seattle to the Arctic Ocean and back over land and water one a fatbike (a bike with super fat tires that can handle terrain that renders a normal mountain bike useless, like snow) and a packraft (small inflatable boat). He will use no fossil fuels to propel himself, or even to cook. His goals? To show the possibilities of sustainable travel and, of course, to have an incredible time.

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An Interview with the Most Professional Hobo: Nora Dunn

Nora Dunn has been a professional wanderer for the past 3.5 years. During that time she has visited 21 countries on five continents. With regular writing gigs at Transitions Abroad and Wisebread, and a possible future travel TV show, she has no plan to slow down any time soon.

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