Keep notes and drawings, and record your adventures with spaces for location, date, time to finish, difficulty, highlights, partners, and more.
There is also ample space for keeping an account of your climb, trek, or the birds you’ve identified.
Artists can use the space for drawings, while poets can create haiku or sonnets.
These journals make great gifts for outdoor enthusiasts. They are rugged and inexpensive, and just what many people want in an adventure--an analog activity with no screen or battery.