Roaming: Roark’s Adventure Atlas

An action sports adventurer’s bucket list of exciting and unexpected destinations around the globe as lived and told by iconic surfers, skaters, climbers, and riders.

An unconventional photographic guidebook to adventure, featuring images, intel, itineraries, tales, and testimonies collected by Roark’s expert guides. The book documents the routes of a group of iconic surfers, climbers, skaters, and other adventurers seeking full cultural and thrill-seeking immersion. Including journeys to 16 global destinations illustrating the road less travelled, from surf expeditions to Iceland, the Falkland Islands, or Jamaica, motorcycle journeys through Nepal, rock climbing in Argentina, cliff jumping in Northern Vietnam, and more. World-renowned photographers Chris Burkard, Dylan Gordon, Jeff Johnson, Drew Smith, and Chris McPherson uniquely capture faraway images and the wayward spirit of those that seek adventure—if not a little danger—in an increasingly tame world.

The modern bible for anyone interested in charting an adventure with improbable itineraries across the globe, or the mere appreciation for photography that transports you to a place only found in dreams.

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About The Author
Roark is a modern adventure lifestyle brand crafting apparel inspired by the journey. Founded by Ryan Hitzel and Ryan Sirianni, each season Roark is found in a different part of the world, telling stories of exploration through the lens of its group of surfers, skateboarders, snowboarders, climbers, adventurers, and creators. Beau Flemister is an award-winning journalist, travel writer, and novelist. Based in Hawaii, he is a former editor at Surfing Magazine, has travelled to over 70 different countries, and has published articles in VICEOutside MagazineLonely PlanetSurfer’s Journal, and more.

Check inside the Book 

Publish Date: March 29, 2022
Format: Hardcover
Category: Travel – Special Interest – Adventure
Publisher: Rizzoli
Trim Size: 10 x 12
Pages: 352


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