This issue is all about the planet.
From the activists using their climbing skills to protest against Donald Trump’s anti-environmental agenda to the legendary snowboarder and eco campaigner Jeremy Jones, who kickstarts our new Adventure-gram series.
We investigate the problem of provenance in sheep farming and look at the efforts outdoor clothing brands are making to ensure animal welfare is high on the agenda when it comes to their wool production.
We speak to Mick Fanning, the World Title-winning professional surfer who took a year out to save the planet and Alan Hinkes OBE, the professional climber who’s climbed more peaks in the death zone over 8,000m than any other British mountaineer.
We ride mountain bike trails and taste whisky amid the jaw-dropping beauty of the Scottish Highlands and ski with eagles in the magical, yet barely known French resort of Val d’Arly.
And the surf photographer Tim Nunn, who does great work in raising awareness about the problem of plastic pollution in oceans, talks us through his five favourite pictures.
We hope you find it an enjoyable and inspiring read.