Whether they’re finding a remote getaway, admiring the beauty of the Maine woods, preparing dinner from the day’s hunt or exploring art and fashion in New England, these adventurous bloggers entertain us year-round. Here’s what we’re looking forward to from our favorite blogs this fall.
Created by Steve Casimiro – outdoor photographer, writer and editor – this online magazine is dedicated to all things adventurous. A deep pool of talented outdoors enthusiasts contributes beautiful writing, photography and video to this site.
What we’re looking for this fall: Discovering a rustic getaway on their “Weekend Cabin” feature.
Boot and Canoe’s blog tagline speaks for itself: “Adventures in the Maine Wilderness.” With beautiful photography and insightful anecdotes, Peter Patenaude’s blog gives readers a lovely glimpse of our home state.
What we’re looking for this fall: Fall foliage photos and cool-weather camping, fishing and hunting adventures.
Australian native, Rohan Anderson is fascinated with “eating what the land provides.” His blog beautifully documents his daily life through cooking, hunting, fishing and harvesting for his family in Victoria, Australia.
What we’re looking forward to this fall: His gorgeous photography that stimulates our eyes and our appetites, and makes us long to visit Australia to enjoy one of his rustic, home-cooked meals.
From trails to city streets, this Maine native’s blog is full of fashion trends and lifestyle tips. Christine Mitchell creates beautiful illustrations and provides a glimpse into what it means to dress for life in the Northeast.
What we’re looking for this fall: More of her original art and style tips.
The header photo for this blog says it all.
Foster Huntington left a job in the Big Apple to explore the world from a VW van.
What we’re looking for this fall: His gorgeous photography of outdoor locations we can only dream of visiting.
Do you have a favorite outdoor blogger, one who inspires you to get outdoors? Who would you add to this list? Let us know, and perhaps we’ll add it to our Trail Mix blog roll.