Outside is an American publication which is entirely devoted to the great outdoors. The first issue debuted in September 1977 and its mission statement declared that the publication was ‘dedicated to covering the people, sports and activities, politics, art, literature, and hardware of the outdoors’. If you love to climb, hike, and surf or indeed do any other activity outdoors then the chances are that Outside will feature it in this magazine.
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Outside’s mantra is ‘live the active life’. It will appeal to any readers who would much rather spend the day doing something active outside than staring at a computer game or watching TV. This magazine would be brilliant inspiration for anyone looking to kick their fitness into gear by taking up a fun and healthy outdoor activity. The images and photography in Outside magazine are really beautiful and they capture the adventure element perfectly. The publication made us feel inspired to experience more of what nature has to offer. It made us want to grab our walking boots and set off on a new and exciting walking adventure!
The features are all very encouraging and energetic; you can’t help but read the magazine and feel more motivated to give it go your-self. There will be articles about the best new places to visit all over the globe for your next outdoor adventure. Readers can get an idea of the best places for the most spectacular views and the best cliffs and scenery.
Outside magazine will cover the new developments in the adventure industry and discuss new projects which use adventure training for worthy causes. There was a feature in a recent issue which discussed a new program designed to help ex military men and women adjust after coming back from war. It focuses on taking those people on hikes to increase their self worth and make them realise that there are other things out there. Outside magazine has the view that outdoor activities, however difficult are ultimately good for your health and state of mind.