6th October 2022

Searching for dolphins

Emily Alice Spivey returns to Sarn Bach, to her late grandma’s house, and walks the land with grief and future stewardship in mind.

28th March 2022

The (re)emergence and future of barefoot adventure

Barefoot is a metaphor for living and adventuring with nature, not against it. Vivobarefoot is at the forefront of the movement, which is primed for a regenerative resurgence, and is leading the conversation about what a regenerative outdoor brand looks like. We’re stoked to have them as a presenting partner for our Emergence Edition, and to pass on some sweet discounts to all Adventure Uncovered readers.


Miles Howard

Miles Howard

Miles Howard is an author, journalist, and trail builder based in Boston but prone to poking around other urban and backcountry spaces. He has written multiple guidebooks on New England hiking and road tripping, and his work has appeared in National Geographic, The New Republic, The Boston Globe, Yankee Magazine, and The Nation. He is the founder of the Walking City Trail, a 27-mile hiking route through Boston parks and urban forests, and he also publishes Mind The Moss: a weekly newsletter about unusual hiking in New England.

Guy Shrubsole

Guy Shrubsole

Guy Shrubsole is a writer and environmental campaigner. He has worked for Rewilding Britain, Friends of the Earth, the UK government’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, and New Zealand’s Ministry of Agriculture. He has written widely for publications including the Guardian and New Statesman. His first book, Who Owns England?, was an instant Sunday Times bestseller. His next book, The Lost Rainforests of Britain, is published on October 27th by William Collins.

Adventure Uncovered

Adventure Uncovered

Adventure Uncovered influences social and environmental change through responsible adventure.


Mind over Mountains

5th May 2018
Lake District, England