This is not goodbye; just goodbye for now

backcountry skiing
Catch us around the San Juans this winter enjoying our beautiful backyard.Nate Decremer

The last few months have been an interesting and transitional time for Adventure Pro Magazine. In July, our team made the decision to take a break from the print publication to focus on the digital platform. Since then, we have seen many changes within our team that have presented their own sets of challenges. 

After four years of inspiring readers across the Southwest, we have decided that the best way for us to move forward is to take a step back. Starting November 1st, Adventure Pro will take a break. 

This is not goodbye, just goodbye for now. Rest assured that the brand will return when the time is right.

We can’t thank our readers enough for your support over the years. You were the fire that ignited our curiosity, that inspired us as we watched you getting out and getting after it. You, the reader, are the reason why we worked tirelessly to provide a high quality publication filled to the brim with intriguing and insightful content.

We are grateful to our photographers and writers, who recreated their passions by way of images and words. Their blend of unique styles and personalities kept Adventure Pro lively and stimulating.

And last but not least, we are grateful to our editors — past and present — who led our fearless team up to this point. 

Adventure Pro was and will always be For the Adventurer in All of Us, and we are forever grateful for the friendships that we’ve made along the way, the lessons we’ve learned and the stories we will forever hold close to our hearts.

bad larry the party van
We’re taking this party off grid. We’ll see you along dusty desert roads, winding trails and backcountry routes. Adios!Terrance Siemon

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Hero image by Terrance Siemon