Journal

Covering the diverse ground between geography lesson, sports journal and anecdotal meandering, this journal is our way of sharing our passion for life. A passion we tap into whenever possible and celebrate time and again by sharing our stories with others.

We’ve categorised these stories, making it easy for you to navigate. You can check out the latest in Environment, News & Events, Patagonia Surf, Products & Specials and Tales of Adventure. Or enjoy the ramblings from our Global Ambassadors and Local Team Riders. The monthly archives make it easy for you to search through older stories, and we add to the collection regularly, so be sure to check back in.

Iceland Energy

Adventurers Charlie Turnbull, Sam Brumby and Oliver Chiswell journey through the northern fjords, volcanic interior and the fertile south of Iceland. Supposedly, the first Viking that attempted to settle Iceland was a Norwegian named Floki Vilgeroason. Landing … continue »

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Don of the Dirtbags

An Interview With Yvon Chouinard Yvon Chouinard has been wearing the same flannel shirt for 20 years. The 74-year-old conservationist, out-of-the-box thinker, athlete and craftsman is also anti-consumerism, always pushing Patagonia, the company he founded, to find solutions to the global … continue »

Shooting line at Lago Fagnano, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. Photo: Doug Tompkins

CounterAct

Make your actions count! CounterAct supports communities in taking effective, creative, strategic action on issues of environmental and social justice. CounterAct is helping citizens take on large multinationals and government to defend their right to clean air, … continue »

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DamNation

Patagonia has recently produced a multi award winning film called DamNation. It’s part of an awareness campaign against unnecessary and obsolete dams that stop the natural flow of life.  This powerful film odyssey across America explores the … continue »

Executive Producer of DamNation and Patagonia founder, Yvon Chouinard, has long been an advocate of dam busting and protecting free flowing rivers. Photo: Tim Davis
Photo: by Mike Tittel