Adventure Blog & Articles For Explorers | Smith Journal

Now you can experience the majesty of Uluru from the relative less majesty of your desk, thanks to the engineers behind this Street View project.

Who is carving mysterious geometric patterns in the rocky coastline of Tasmanian? Old mate Mother Nature, that’s who.

The once-bustling 530-acre site is now a mecca for urban explorers, and a metaphor for the hubris of early ’90s futurism.

Great news (if you like freakish glowing insects): an abandoned railway tunnel in New South Wales has been overrun with thousands of glow worms. 

Heat, isolation and pirates have made the Yemeni island of Socotra one of the strangest places on Earth. Getting there is pretty tough, but Simon Norfolk’s photos show what it has to offer. 

Beneath the featureless surface of the Nullarbor Plain lies an alien landscape dazzling cave divers and geologists alike. 

After 35 years away, Mark Palmer returned home to New Zealand and built the best sheep farm outpost we’ve ever seen. (And we’ve seen at least two.)

Ever wanted to move to the bush, with nothing but trees and creeks (and the occasional fire) for company? Do we have the place for you.

The river trip to top all river trips, on a DIY raft. 

Storm chaser Mike Olbinski captures the Rapture – aka America’s hurricane season – in all its terrifying beauty. 

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