Outdoor Lifestyle, Adventure, and Travel

Imagine, Joshua Tree National Park, without a single Joshua tree… Medium, 10 October 2016.

Photography. It’s not about photographyMedium, 05 September 2016.

Joshua Tree National Park — More People, More ImpactsMedium, 04 September 2016.

The Big Lonely. Medium, 20 April 2016.

Throne of the Ancients. Medium, 29 October 2015.

We Are the Road CrewMatt Artz Blog, 29 September 2015.

Another Shit Day in AfricaMedium, 17 April 2014.

The American SerengetiMatt Artz Blog, 03 April 2014.

The Great EscapeMatt Artz Blog, 02 April 2014.

A Day in Polokwane Game Reserve, South AfricaMatt Artz Blog, 01 April 2014.

I Might Have Killed A Man Yesterday…  Matt Artz Blog, 21 January 2014.

The Great Road Bike Experiment.  Matt Artz Blog, 21 January 2014.

The New Normal.  Matt Artz Blog, 24 October 2013.

A Needle through the Clouds.  Matt Artz Blog, 24 October 2013.

Taking the Hint.  Matt Artz Blog, 13 August 2013.

Finding Your Place.  Matt Artz Blog, 12 August 2013.

That Long, Dark Summer.  Matt Artz Blog, 02 August 2013.

It’s the Thought that Counts.  Matt Artz Blog, 30 July 2013.

Rhino TroublesFuture Earth Institute Blog, 26 July 2013.

Finding SoulMatt Artz Blog, 25 July 2013.

Off the Grid?  Future Earth Institute Blog, 23 July 2013.

Different Every DayMatt Artz Blog, 17 July 2013.

Death Valley…By Kayak? Highland Community News, March 5, 2005.

Confessions of a Dirtbag Mountain Biker. Dirt Rag, Issue #93 (05.15.02).

Not Fixing Your Own Flats, and the Decline of Western Civilization. Dirt Rag, Issue #92 (04.01.02).

The Stone Apocalypse, Episode Four: The Malt Liquor of Bouldering. ClimbingChannel, 2000.

The Stone Apocalypse, Episode Three: Mr. Peabody’s Traveling Side Show. ClimbingChannel, 2000.

What About B.O.B.? Mountain Bikes and Cash Crops in the San Bernardino Mountains. Dirt Rag, Issue #77 (02.15.00).

Taking Back America. FunPig, Winter 1999-2000.

Of Spicey Meatloaf, Blackened Voodoo, and the Life of a Leo. TopRope, Winter 1999.

Black Death: The Dirt Rag Interview. Dirt Rag, Issue #74 (08.15.99).

The Stone Apocalypse, Episode Five: Prodigy in the Pines. TopRope, Summer 1999.

My Cards on the Table. FunPig, Summer 1999.

Muddy Little Secret. FunPig, Summer 1999.

FunPig magazine. Editor, 1999-2000.

The Stone Apocalypse, Episode Two: The “V” is for Vortex. Vertical Jones, Summer 1999.

The Boneyard. Boulderfest, June 1999.

The Stone Apocalypse, Episode One: Every Journey Has a Beginning. What’s the Beta?, February 1999.

To V or Not to V. mOthEr rOck, September/October 1998.

Mississippi Mud, Vision Quests, and Things Left Unclimbed. mOthEr rOck, July/August 1998.

Vermin Speaks: The mOthEr rOck Beer Interview with John Sherman. mOthEr rOck, May/June 1998.

Holistic Healing and the Value of Malt Beverages. mOthEr rOck, March/April 1998.

Interview with a Stonemaster: A Conversation with Robs John Muir. mOthEr rOck, January/February 1998.

Dream of the Red Giraffes. mOthEr rOck, January/February 1998.

Dawn Patrol. mOthEr rOck, July/August 1997.

Shootout in the High Desert. mOthEr rOck, May/June 1997.

Adventures of the Mediocre. mOthEr rOck, November/December 1996.

The Ultimate Eastern Sierra Road Trip. mOthEr rOck, November/December 1996.

The Adventures of Matt and Matt: The 24 Hour Grand Tour of the Eastern Sierras. What’s the Beta?, November 1996.

Jugs Over the Sand, Landers. mOthEr rOck, July/August 1996.

Rotten Rock Valley, Lake Arrowhead. mOthEr rOck, July/August 1996.

mOthEr rOck magazine. Editor/Publisher, 1996-98.

Aiguille de Joshua Tree, North Face. What’s the Beta?, April 1996.

Rock and Ice magazine. Correspondent, 1996-99.


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