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WILD magazine (Issue #184 Winter 2022)


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The Winter 2022 edition is a bumper 164 pages — the biggest in the magazine’s history. It’s full of the best adventure, conservation and wilderness writing that Australia has to offer. Being the Winter issue, it features plenty of snowy and icy goodness, from chasing backcountry airs on NSW’s Main Range to hunting for turns in Tasmania’s fickle mountains, along with learning to ice climb at Kosciuszko’s Blue Lake.

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The Winter 2022 edition (Issue #184) isn’t just about snow and ice, it features stories on the Top End’s Jatbula Trail, northern NSW’s remarkable Gibraltar Range, and Queensland’s Scenic Rim. There’s also a very special feature from hemiplegic Paul Pritchard, who writes movingly of what being in the mountains means for him despite the challenges they present.

There are important conservation pieces, too, such as Rob Blaker’s piece about heading off with Bob Brown to a remarkable, but threatened, stand of Huon pine in Tasmania’s Tarkine, along with a piece on restoring the Daintree, as well as an extended essay by Catherine Lawson in passionate defense of keeping the wilds open for all.

About Wild magazine:

Wild is adventure. Wild is conservation. Wild is wilderness. For more than 40 years, Wild has been the inspiring voice of the Australian outdoors. Wild is self-reliance and challenge and sometimes doing it tough. While Wild is not necessarily hard-core, what it certainly is not is soft-core. It is not glamping. It is not about being pampered while experiencing the outdoors. Wild does not speak down to experienced adventurers. Although Wild is not inaccessible to those just starting out in the outdoors, our primary focus is on those with some level of experience. Every adventurer is only a beginner once in their outdoors career; for the next 30 or 40 years, they want material that speaks to them, not simplistic content aimed at the lowest common denominator. Wild does not look on conservation as a mere marketing tool. For nearly four decades, Wild has actively and fiercely fought for the environment. Campaigning to protect our wild places is part of our DNA. Lastly, Wild is about telling stories that matter, stories that resonate with our readers. Wild is about deep engagement. It is about inspiration. It is about passion.

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