AJ Winter Issue About to Drop—Update Address Changes Now, Y’All

Hello from the high desert, where we’ve relocated Adventure Journal headquarters to a campground in Joshua Tree for a few days. Isn’t remote work wonderful? So’s remote play, but that’s another post. This post is intended to 1) reveal the cover of AJ quarterly’s winter issue, with its chilly and gorgeous photo by Fred Mitchell and, 2) to let you know that if you’re a subscriber whose address has changed since the last issue, now’s the time to update it. Send an email to mail (at) adventure dash journal dot com or text us at 949 228 1861. Do it by Friday, December 10!!!

If you haven’t yet subscribed, we should talk—pull up a chair by the fire. Did you know that stories in print are only available in print? Or that they’re evergreen so you can read them for years? Or that they’re longer, deeper, and even more engaging than the pieces on our website? Or that we limit the number of ads and have the highest editorial/ad ratio (87/13) in the business? Or that an astound 99 percent of our subscribers renew every single year because they love the book so much? Or that we guarantee there’s no better escape or inspiration available in print?

Here’s the last incentive to subscribe: Between now and Christmas, when you order a subscription and the most recent available issue, we’ll give you a free three-pack of pocket notebooks and some AJ stickers, while they last.

Please subscribe today. We promise you will be stoked.

Wondering what’s in this issue?

• The bar challenge that rewrote polar history.

• How the future of skiing is backcountry light.

• The wildest weekend cabin location you’ve ever seen.

• Three alpine-inspired recipes to warm the coldest of days.

• A five year old’s first backcountry ski.

• Surfing the Great Lakes in winter.

• Soooo much more!

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