Good-Bye For Now

Cover-blog When we launched this magazine ten years ago, we hoped it would find a community of people who cared about the subject matter as much as we did. It was heady stuff, really, the chance to tell stories about something that inspires us all: exploring the world, challenging our assumptions, making a difference. For those of us at the magazine, they're the things that make life worth living.

Then we set to the task of telling stories—a lot of them. At their best, these tales opened our eyes, inspired us, and challenged our assumptions. And we sure covered some ground. In a little over a decade, we managed to journey to the top of Everest looking for the ghost of George Mallory and Sandy Irvine. We went into the mountains of Afghanistan with a man fighting the Taliban long before September 11. We tried ayahuasca in the jungles of Peru and stopped whaling vessels in Antarctica. We dodged rampaging elephants and evaded man-eating lions. We walked across Namibia and paddled to Timbuktu. And we enjoyed every last minute of it.

But, sadly, all adventures must come to an end. The December 2009 / January 2010 issue of National Geographic Adventure will be the last regular print edition. It's on newsstands now and, like our very first issue, it will surprise, move, and inspire you. But Adventure isn't gone for good. Keep an eye out for special newsstand editions, books, and on the web.

Until then, we’d like to sincerely thank our writers, photographers, illustrators and especially our readers for joining us on one of the greatest adventures of our lives. We hope to see you again soon.

The Editors 


  1. Jake Norton
    December 4, 2009, 7:21 pm

    Sad to see you go. Thanks for some great years, John, Sabine, Steve, and everyone. Hope to see you again somewhere, sometime.
    Jake Norton
    MountainWorld Productions

  2. Michelle
    December 4, 2009, 10:31 pm

    This was a great magazine, so glad to have been a part of it these past months. Thanks again to all the editors, I know that you will all do great things. I will miss seeing this magazine and all the hard work that went into it every month.
    Good luck again,

  3. Michelle Baird
    December 4, 2009, 11:24 pm

    this is too sad..what can we do as a community to keep it moving????

  4. Ajamison
    December 5, 2009, 2:43 am

    Wow, very unfortunate. Just subscribed a few months ago & have been enjoying every issue.

  5. Andrew Farrand
    December 6, 2009, 10:31 am

    What a shame. I really hope NG sees the error of their ways and decides to bring Adventure back, even if only in an online form.
    Thanks for 10 years of great work. It’s been a pleasure to read.

  6. Emanuel
    December 7, 2009, 8:41 pm

    This is a real bummer! I just renewed my subscription, what happens now?

  7. Kelly
    December 8, 2009, 7:35 am

    Great magazine too bad….

  8. Cam
    December 9, 2009, 7:23 am

    I am gonna miss this magazine…it was a window on to the world…

  9. LeannHouston
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  10. RC
    December 9, 2009, 5:11 pm

    Very sad.

  11. Annika Hipple
    December 10, 2009, 5:54 pm

    Very very sad. I’ll really miss this magazine. Here’s a mini-eulogy that I wrote when I heard the news last week:

  12. Aaron Bradford
    December 11, 2009, 10:37 am

    Such a shame but thanks a lot… Hopefully see you again soon
    Aaron Bradford

  13. Jorge
    December 11, 2009, 10:52 am

    Yeah, yeah, all very good but I just renewed my overseas subscription and I haven’t heard a word from you people; where is my money? Bad, bad policy towards clients!

  14. Neil Fleming
    December 12, 2009, 6:31 pm

    Very sad to hear that this magazine has ceased. There is a shortage of good reliable sources of information about adventure travel. I also would like to know if my subscription will be refunded.

  15. Grant Quigley
    December 14, 2009, 3:16 pm

    I must have been 12 or 13 when I first subscribed to Adventure. I think the first issue I received was number 3 or 4. This magazine had a huge impact on my adolescence and young adulthood. I can’t express how important it was for a young kid trapped in Midwestern mediocrity to be able to escape to the ends of the world through your photographs and articles. Thank you for so many years of dedicated journalism.
    Grant Q

  16. Steve G
    December 14, 2009, 4:50 pm

    Say it ain’t so. I’ve got every copy setting on my shelf. You can’t leave us like this there is not any publication that comes close to your caliber. We need you like the air we breath. Come back!

  17. Marsea
    December 18, 2009, 11:38 am

    Ironically, I thought the latest issue was one of the best ever. At least you’re going out with a bang!

  18. Nick Graham
    December 21, 2009, 12:55 am

    I may not have liked every top 10 article or visit this lodge, but wow every single ‘real’ article move me and inspired me to action and kept me resubscribing, since issue 6. I will really feel the loss when it doen’t show up every month or so. The recession hits national geographic. I only hope the same won’t happen for National Geographic Magazine.

  19. pc zubehör
    December 21, 2009, 1:15 am

    It was a really an inspirational journey so far all these years. The adventure stories thrills us for a lot. It was really an amazing journey. Thanks a lot for everything you did.

  20. Amy
    December 23, 2009, 10:10 am

    Oddly enough, the subscribers weren’t notified… I only read about NGA’s departure on a “10 brands that have come and gone” list on the internet just today…
    With NGA I had finally found a magazine that I didn’t regret subscribing to! (You all know that regret – the magazines that just pile up and you never have time to read them.) I found myself looking forward to receiving each issue and devouring each page when I did. This magazine truly inspired me to have a more active, adventurous life. As my kids are now 6 & 8, I’m in the process of planning our first family adventure trip using NGA’s suggested guides.
    As annoyed as I am not to be told about this from the magazine itself, I am much more saddened to see it go.
    I can only hope this will live on online and return to the newsstands very soon.
    Warmest Regards,
    Amy from MN

  21. Chris Diehl
    December 23, 2009, 5:30 pm

    Truly a shock and a disappointment to read this post. NGA has undoubtedly touched many with tales of adventure. I for one will sorely miss it.

  22. Matthew Feath
    December 28, 2009, 12:35 pm

    I’m shocked!!! … I just discovered this magazine in the past year and just subscribed (after saving up for it) for 2 years and now I don’t get to read the amazing articles … why did I have to find out that the magazine went away from an article on HuffPost??? … will my unused subscription be rolled over into my National Geographic subscription???

  23. nokia akku
    December 29, 2009, 1:22 am

    Well its really an unfortunate new for all the readers like me. I have never missed a single issue of it over the years. Now i have to fine an alternative which seems a tough one.

  24. Christopher Noel
    December 29, 2009, 9:12 pm

    The only thing I wanted for Christmas was a subscription 🙁 This is the only mag I look forward to seeing in news stands. Your articles have paved the way for great conversations and inspiration for adventures of my own. Is there anything we can do as readers to get you back? Please, you have given us so much, how can we keep you around?

  25. Adventure Gear
    December 30, 2009, 8:19 pm

    Very sad to hear but niche magazines are finding it difficult to survive. I hope that the web portion can be vibrant and thrive from our loyal community.

  26. jphelps1511
    December 31, 2009, 2:26 pm

    Yeah, I just got charged $31 for a magazine that’s no longer in service and I can’t find a phone to speak with anyone.

  27. Gina @
    December 31, 2009, 6:17 pm

    I’m very sad to see Nat Geo Adventure go – this was my favorite magazine and was always so excited when it came in the mail.
    I hope that you keep going with the stories and photography on the website.
    Thank you for a glimpse of our amazing world for the last ten years.

  28. Rick Alexander
    January 3, 2010, 3:47 pm

    This mag. inspired me and in turn my kids who have both been bitten by the travel bug.
    Partly because of Adventure mag. my daughter is majoring in international afairs and sustainable tourism. Maybe she will be in a future issue.
    Sad see it go.

  29. AJ
    January 4, 2010, 7:01 pm

    Will miss your magazine very much. We’ve subscribed from the beginning and have a long list of have done and to do trips as a result. Plus the joy of reading a lot of moving, inspirational, interesting, amazing stories about all kinds of things. Oh and the book recommendations! What will I do without those?

  30. Long Live NGA
    January 4, 2010, 9:26 pm

    Noooooooooooooooo. My online dating site asks me “Six Things I Could Never Do Without.” I listed Nat’l Geographic Adventure as NUMBER FOUR. Right behind a bike, good coffee and good friends. In front of high heeled shoes. I am SO BUMMED. Now I’m going to have to subscribe to Outside Magazine to get my adventure fix, a publication that comes dangerously close to sexism. Such a testament to the changing world of media. Again, SO BUMMED.

  31. warrioRR
    January 5, 2010, 4:47 am

    It is really Awesome!!!!

  32. Dale
    January 5, 2010, 2:35 pm

    No, no, no. This, and Travel, are the only print edition mags that are actually packed with incredibly relevant and inspirational information. I read this magazine from cover to cover, a feat I thought impossible due to the market of bad writing, bad photography, and lost brands. What can we do, as fans, to keep you around?

  33. vakantie aanbiedingen
    January 6, 2010, 9:27 am

    Shame to see that this is dissappearing.
    loved those little bookys

  34. d
    January 6, 2010, 4:10 pm

    well online we, but it’s not the same… sad ;-(

  35. Jim
    January 13, 2010, 4:58 pm

    Here we are, a month and a half after the announcement that NGA will cease publication and the subscribers have still never heard from the company about what will happen to our paid subscriptions. Even after the posts here no one from NG has stepped up with any answers or an explanation.
    And to top it off, today I received an email wanting me to participate in a survey for NGA magazine. That makes no sense at all. Is there anyone minding the store, or did they just turn out the lights and walk away?
    How about someone at NG stepping up to the plate and giving us some answers?

  36. Jim
    January 13, 2010, 5:08 pm

    Even the link to is no longer valid. It automatically redirects to with no reference to NGA anywhere. And nothing but silence from the powers that be.

  37. John Nash
    January 13, 2010, 10:30 pm

    I just read online that Adventure has ceased publication. No other notice! What a pity; I really enjoyed the magazine. In fact, I was searching the magazine’s Website to see if I could corrolate articles with the issues so I could toss my printed versions. Website is pretty lame so I’d better save my copies. (Wonder what will happen to my 2-year paid-up subscription?) Will really miss this magazine.

  38. kok jhuez
    January 14, 2010, 11:04 am

    Completamente en desacuerdo, deberían de reconsiderar su decisión de retirar la revista
    la verdad no hay otra igual

  39. Jon - Los Angeles Laptop Consultant
    January 15, 2010, 1:49 pm

    Always seems a shame to lose another print publication. Moving cursors on your laptop just doesn’t give the same warmth as flipping pages. Especially when you have such great pictures jump out.
    Best of luck to all your employees. They do excellent work.

  40. Ed Robinette
    January 16, 2010, 3:04 pm

    By far the magazine I read from cover to cover, including all the ads! What a LOSS! Fantastic writing and photography I will miss. I always go to the mail box hoping NGA will come early this month. I hope Nat Geo can re-tool and re-launch!
    Ed R

  41. Andru P
    January 17, 2010, 4:38 pm

    This is seriously disappointing. One of my 2 favorite mags the other being NG Traveler. Its a shame when another great mag stops production.

  42. Tony
    January 18, 2010, 10:46 am

    Very Sad. This truly was my favorite magazine. There is no decent alternative.
    What’s even worse… I never got my last issue for my collection or word about how my paid subscription will be handled. I guess that is how loyal readers are treated. Classy.

  43. Rob Fields
    January 22, 2010, 12:34 pm

    I too am disappointed. I have every issue from start to finish. I’m a big fan and am grateful for the product[and service(s)] that you have provided by publishing the magazine. Hopefully it will live on in cyberspace.

  44. anthony
    January 22, 2010, 1:46 pm

    I’m also extrememely disappointed to read this. I only stumbled upon this by accident, in search of a forum on the site where I could ask a “Weekend Adventure” question before next month’s issue came out. Now it’s clear that there will BE no next month’s issue coming. 🙁
    Why wasn’t this communicated better to subscribers? With all the mailings I get from NatGeo, surely they could afford to have dropped a note in the mail letting us know. I’m confident I’m not the only one here who excitedly checks the mailbox during the first week or so of the month looking for this mag. I don’t really care about the $$$, but I guess I should. I seem to care more about the lack of reciprical value bestowed on those of us who have been following this for years.
    Best of luck to all the writers, photographers, editors, artists, etc. who hopefully will be able to utilized their extrordinary talents elsewhere.

  45. Max
    January 22, 2010, 6:02 pm

    Adventure is a state of mind. National Geographic Adventure magazine made it possible to plan it & live it. Such a sad day to lose a publication as this one. you will be truly missed, every month I go to check my mail box. Thanks for all the stories,pictures and even all those annoying subscription cards that always fell out. Good luck to all who did such an outstanding job each month bringing all the great stories to life. Good-bye my friend,I’ll see you somewhere on the road to adventure.

  46. Paul Heer
    January 22, 2010, 6:02 pm

    I just got the post card in the mail today and I’m really disappointed. This took me by surprise. Adventure is my favorite mag and one of the few I still subscribe to. The only alternative is Backpacker which is another favorite. They just don’t leave the States much though. I’ll look forward to the special editions and thanks for the hard work over the years!

  47. Dessius
    January 22, 2010, 7:23 pm

    I hate to see it go, but understand that economics is driving almost everything these days. Maybe when the content will return after the economy turns around. It will surely be missed.

  48. Vickie
    January 23, 2010, 9:40 am

    Cold weather sends me scurrying for the sofa, but one of the books I talk about the most is Fatal Mountaineer, by Robert Roper. It and books by Tim Cahill were gifts in my life, courtesy of ADVENTURE.
    I found sound business advice in “Anne’s Great Act,” by Laurence Gonzales. It is in my “Interesting Articles” file along with “The Joy of Fear,” by Jim Thornton, “The Lion in Winter,” by Sebastian Junger, and “Crazy in the Congo,” by Michael Finkel, the later being perhaps my favorite magazine article of all time.
    I am a clumsy, un-athletic, fraidy cat, but when I cut back on my magazine subscriptions I started with Inc and Fortune and “O”. I’m old enough now that MORE is about as appropriate as Seventeen, but it and ADVENTURE are the magazines to which I clung. You don’t have to be a mountain climber to get the message of “If you’re going to climb mountains, you are going to get cold.” (Climbing guide on Mt. WAshington, quoted in ADVENTURE).
    I came here to say thank you; to say that my life has been enriched and at times redirected by the wonderful, rich, insightful, delightful, mind-expanding, spirit-lifting writing. Once here, I found comfort in reading that others read the magazine cover to cover, and considered it to be one of their favorites.
    Looking forward to the special editions,

  49. Nicholette Tilghman
    January 23, 2010, 12:15 pm

    I am so sad. I have been waiting patiently for my next issue. I don’t want National Geographic…it can’t replace Adventure! Nothing can. I am actually tearing up reading these “goodbyes.” Thank you for such a well-rounded, thoughtful, adventurous! magazine. One of the few around that I actually still thoroughly enjoy, cover to cover. You will be missed more than you know.

  50. Nate Goraj
    January 23, 2010, 3:40 pm

    There is no replacement for this magazine. With all the credit due to everyone that works on the original National Geographic, this is not a substitute for Adventure. This is the only magazine that I subscribe to because I could always count on good content that I was interested in from cover to cover every month. Not many magazines do that for most people. I truly hope that NatGeo will be good to it’s subscribers and offer them a prorated refund for their remaining subscription as an option. If this is not the case then I can honestly say that I will turn my back to NatGeo forever even if Adventure is resurrected. Blaming the economy to stop a publication is understandable but there is no excuse for poor customer service.

  51. Dana Morris
    January 23, 2010, 7:03 pm

    I too read every issue cover to cover. I have kept every issue since I started my subscription 8 years ago and refer back to them when looking for an adventure. So sad to see this wonderful magazine gone. I truly hope it returns in the future when things get better.

  52. Jack Hoxmeier
    January 23, 2010, 7:56 pm

    “Hail Traverlers! The Road goes on Forever & the Adventure Never Ends.”

  53. CLK
    January 23, 2010, 8:17 pm

    I went to the mailbox today with hope for a new issue. Instead I got a postcard saying that the magazine is no more. NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!
    I’ve been on a 6 week cross-country drive, and back across again and am just finding out the horrible news. So sad to lose one of my favorite immersions into reality.
    Keep my 20 bucks and apply it to a new subscription when you get going again.

  54. Karl
    January 23, 2010, 9:54 pm

    I just got the postcard as well… sad to see this incredible magazine fold. I was lucky enough to subscribe for 8 years, maybe 9. I will miss it.

  55. Duane Buckner
    January 24, 2010, 10:00 am

    Every month as I read, I felt the deep kinship and presence of old friends. My heart would fill with the knowledge that there were others on this wonderful planet that felt the urge to go beyond the walls of “normal life”. Thank you for taking me to the places that you have and showing me things that enriched my life. Fare well and come back soon.

  56. barb
    January 24, 2010, 12:12 pm

    My whole family loved this magazine; I just found it a few years ago. So sorry to see it go and hope it will come back when the economy gets better. It is unique. We are crying. Please keep the web site up, as it has so much valuable information on it.

  57. Rob
    January 24, 2010, 1:00 pm

    I have been a subscriber for less than a year, and I can’t tell you how sad this really makes me. A year ago I wanted to start traveling again after over a decade of going nowhere. This magazine actually got me off my butt to see things and go places I never would have heard of. Bye bye Adventurer!

  58. Jeffrey B
    January 24, 2010, 2:00 pm

    Like so many others here, I was totally disappointed to receive my postcard. I switched to NGA from Outside when it was founded and and have loved every issue since. The combo of NatGeo-based cartography and photography with Adventure’s great writers made it one of my few “sit down and read immediately – then rip and file for future trips!” I doubt I’ll visit the website often, but best of luck to the great staff.

  59. Mike
    January 24, 2010, 3:32 pm

    I was VERY disapppointed to receive a post card yesterday informing me that I had already received my last issue of Adventure. I have enjoyed every issue of this magazine since its inception 10 + years ago. I really hope that NG will resurrect the print edition at some point in the future. There really is no substitute for the content provided by Adventure.

  60. Amanda Petel
    January 25, 2010, 12:43 am

    What I want to know is, what can we do to bring it back?????????????????

  61. Scorebaby
    January 25, 2010, 4:30 pm

    Well, on one hand I’m really bummed that the magazine has been laid to rest, but on the other hand I’ve got enough adventure ideas already to last a lifetime. Now, I just need the time and money to undertake some of them! RIP NGA.

  62. Sharon Schierling
    January 25, 2010, 6:25 pm

    Like so many others who’ve commented here, I was truly saddened when I read the postcard announcing the end of NG Adventure. It is/was my all-time favorite magazine — far and away beating Outside, Backpacker, and the original National Geographic. I looked forward to its arrival in my mailbox and read every issue cover to cover. Truly, there is no replacement.
    Thank you for the years of inspiring adventure stories. You will be missed!

  63. Morgan Tyree
    January 26, 2010, 1:45 pm

    Good riddance to NGA and mostly David Roberts for all the wool they attempted to pull over everyone’s eyes regarding the “finding” of Everett Ruess. Still, to this date (25 January 2010), no retractions to be found. And if there are actually some, they are very low on anyone’s radar. Any respectable magazine would own up to such “botchery” given all the credit they were willing to accept.
    I lost a lot of faith in NG when they attempted to “move” the Great Pyramids of Egypt way back when. The Everett Ruess debacle finished it off for me.

  64. Mary H
    January 26, 2010, 4:07 pm

    Oh no….. I was so sad to get “the card” in the mail yesterday. This is my favorite magazine and now it’s gone. Good luck to all staff members, you did a great job 🙂

  65. Matt Culpepper
    January 27, 2010, 1:34 am

    I actually have no choice but to feel like this is the end of a part of my life. I’m not a very sentimental person but it’s the only thing that I’ve read every word of for the past 8 years; and it’s gone. NGA has filled a quarter of my life so now I guess I’ll try and dedicate the next quarter to realizing the ideas that it has offered.

  66. Tracy
    January 27, 2010, 3:10 am

    These are very sad news. 🙁 I hope it will be back in near future…

  67. Anthony Schipper
    January 27, 2010, 4:16 pm

    Like many of you, I was deeply saddened by the ending of National Geographic Adventure. I got home last night, went through the mail and almost got teary. It has been a staple in my house for the past ten years. I have saved every copy since issue 4, and I have them saved on a shelf. It is my library of adventures embarked on and those left to be taken. It is truly a sad day. Thank you to the NGA staff for all of your hard work. I am sure you must fell somewhat defeated, but you have one very loyal reader in California.

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  69. Alex
    January 28, 2010, 7:10 pm

    I started reading this magazine 2 years ago when I was 14. I love to travel, but being 16, I can’t do it that much. This magazine let me travel the world without leaving my house and it became my favorite magazine within the first issue. I really hope that the editors of this amazing publication will realize what this magazine means to people and restart publication sometime soon in the future.

  70. Geoff Brandon
    January 28, 2010, 8:15 pm

    What a sad day that this magazine is no more. I took up landscape and nature photography due to the inspiration I found in NGA.
    Im sad its gone, and to whoever thought it was a good idea to move my remaining issues to NG, let me give you a piece of advice.
    Instead of moving my subscription to NG, why don’t you come to my address and kick me in the nuts. At least that way I can feel better about where my money went because the only thing im going to use NG for is to give my kids for something to write on.
    And while your at it, how about cancelling NG Traveler? That mag sucks, and its hard to believe someone in corporate would pull the plug on NGA before NGT. But then again, corporate never does make the right decisions, since they are so disconnected to their customers 99% of the time.

  71. Chad
    January 28, 2010, 9:19 pm

    Was just going to renew my subscription to NGA. I have to say this was the best magazine I have ever read. Sad day….

  72. Evangelos Kotsopoulos
    January 31, 2010, 2:20 am

    What a sad piece of news !! I subscribed from Issue #1 and it followed me around the world, being shipped without problems to Germany, NYC, London and now Sydney. Drew lots of inspiration from stories, facts and photos. I hope all you creative editors and staff will find a good new home soon !
    The NG “replacement” offer is inappropriate – only commercial HQ staff can overlook the fact that I had subscribed to it already, had I wanted to read NG, no ?

  73. Dr. Steve Rappleyea
    January 31, 2010, 3:44 pm

    I am horrifed that this magazine has come to close its pages once and for all. I have so many around my house, as I am so reluctant to part with them, even after I have leafed through the pages again and again. I only subscribe to Outside, Backpacker, and Adventure. My world has shrunk by more than a third I am afraid. Goodbye, for now.

  74. Jan
    February 1, 2010, 4:53 pm

    It is really pitty, NGA is very good magazine with specific content which other magazines I subscribe don’t substitute… Best wishes from Slovakia … 🙁

  75. David Turner, Melbourne, Australia
    February 1, 2010, 9:50 pm

    Just received my postcard in the mail…. couldn’t believe it. I’ve subscribed to NGA for 9 years now, with each issue filling my monotonous days with inspiration and joy at the beauty of our world, it’s diverse cultures, and the ways and means that we can go out there and “Live the Dream”.
    Like many others, I shed a tear for the loss of the best magazine in the world, it has followed me from Milan to Berlin, and now Melbourne. Looks like I will now have to subscribe to Outside – quite a poor substitute for NGA.
    Many thanks to all the writers and photographers for all their tremendous efforts over the last 9 years of my readings. It certainly has inspired me to get out there and live life many times over.
    And NO – I won’t be following online. I would have paid double to keep having a print issue sent to me.

  76. Sunglass Camera Girl
    February 2, 2010, 10:21 am

    It’s sad to see such a wonderful magazine filled with so many adventures go away! Good luck to all who had contributed over the years.

  77. Tina Bonoan
    February 2, 2010, 10:27 pm

    I just got my postcard thru snail mail and I feel so sad. Your magazine has been my inspiration for showcasing my home provinces on the blog and helping make a calendar/mini-travelogue. I will surely miss it.

  78. Leigh
    February 3, 2010, 4:45 pm

    Oh no… NGA, should you rise again like the phoenix, come find me!

  79. Crista Worthy
    February 3, 2010, 10:53 pm

    What a loss—hey Corporate!! Why don’t you can National Geographic Traveler instead—-that magazine is a waste—-and give us back our Adventure magazine. It’s unique, while travel mags are a dime a dozen.

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  81. Paddler James, MI
    February 5, 2010, 8:19 am

    Abosolutly saddened by the news, as others have said NGA has become a part of my life. It led me on adventures I would have otherwise never had. Costa Rica, Panama, to the Grand Canyon of Penn. state, I will certainly miss it’s arrival in my mailbox. I also agree, NG is not a fitting substitute- there just isn’t one.

  82. Ben
    February 5, 2010, 5:52 pm

    Quite confused now! Got my postcard a while back and today in the mail I get a subscription renewal form??

  83. Buffalo in NH
    February 12, 2010, 12:40 pm

    Sad, sad, sad… NGA is the only magazine I kept and looked forward to every new issue (the pages worn on old ones)… this magazine was an absolute joy and I’m disheartened that someone, somewhere has decided to cease it’s publication… I agree, who needs National Geographic Traveler?!

  84. Kait Palmer
    February 16, 2010, 11:35 pm

    I received this magazine subscription as a gift 10 years ago and have been hooked ever since. The stories led me to pursue backpacking, rock climbing and kayaking as an outdoor guide in college, and helped keep the passion for exploration alive even when I was unable to travel. This publication has been a valuable source of information, and will be sorely missed.

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    March 5, 2010, 3:00 pm

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    We picked up this mag and it told us about the US great outdoors all around us: so we opened up our motorcycle rental business, and decided the main deal was to offer cross-country motorcycle rentals to all.
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