The latest issue of Wend Magazine is available online with the usual great adventure content from excellent outdoor and travel writers. A few of the stories that are packed into this issue include an article on hiking Africa’s Voo Doo Trail, a very personal account of competing in the Patagonia Expedition Adventure Race, and surfing in Haiti.
As is typical with Wend, the magazine is filled from cover to cover with interesting stories and very good writing, but this is a very special issue in that it kicks off a redesign for the mag, which continues its tradition of eco-sensitivity and outdoor activism. This issue also marks the first for Kyle Cassidy taking over as the new editor of Wend and plotting it’s course into the future.
Don’t forget, you can checkout the magazine online for free by clicking here, and if you’re interested in the full print version, you can subscribe here. The digital version of Wend even works great on an iPad, and I enjoy reading it in that format, as the interface is clean, easy to use, and looks very nice too.
And if you’re in the Portland, Oregon area, you may want to stop by the launch party for the newly redesigned version of Wend that will be held at Wend HQ this Saturday, June 5th, starting at 7 PM. It is a BYOC (Bring Your Own Cup) event, and while it is free, attendees are encouraged to bring some funds to donate to the Northwest Trail Alliance. Sounds like fun!
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