Sidetracked is an independent magazine loaded with adventurous travels to inspire you. Born from the passion of wanting to tell the experiences of those who have set out on a journey, putting aside the fear and doubt of experimenting new things, the aim of the magazine is to surprise the reader with stories told in the most compelling and visually stunning way. possible. The result is to have in your hands not a simple magazine, but a door through which to immerse yourself in the journey of those who have captivating stories to tell.
Every four months the magazine presents the efforts of a global group of adventurers, writers and photographers all trying to push (their) boundaries.
Volume 23 of Sidetracked collects a collection of stories that illuminate the best of the human spirit: discovery and resilience, audacity and compassion, pushing back physical and mental boundaries, leaving a positive legacy.
'Inshallah' by Gerhard Czerner tells the story of an ambitious mountain bike expedition in the heart of Karakoram.
Quinn Brett refuses to let her disability define her in "The Great Divide" and explores the barriers faced by disabled people in society. Hugh Francis Anderson, in a conversation with polar explorer Børge Ousland, examines the motivations behind truly grandiose journeys: difficult and dangerous and unrepeatable.
Community and belonging are themes explored by many of these stories, from Ashley Parsons' "Land of Horses" to Sophie Matterson's "Caravan of Love".
Adventure is beautiful. It can make sense of our life. In this volume of Sidetracked, we show how it can transform the lives of individuals and communities and help us understand the richness of non-human life that this magnificent world shares with us.