Cameron Martindell

Cameron Martindell

Writer • Photographer • Filmmaker

Adventure Correspondent Cameron L. Martindell is a freelance adventure travel and expedition writer, photographer and filmmaker who is always “Off Yonder: Seeing the world for what it is.”

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National Geographic

Ride a Bike NAMIBIA

Images published in National Geographic Traveller (China) of mountain biking in Namibia, Africa.

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Thule Brings More Packs for 2016 | Gear Institute

Only in their second year of making backpacks, it’s no surprise people still have a hard time thinking of Thule in that category.

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In Deep | Dorado Magazine

Struck by the spirit of adventure, Cameron Martindell plunges into the Black Hole of Utah’s wet and wild White Canyon.

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Off Yonder Photography

Adventure photography from around the world. Images for sale and license. Available for assignments. More details at

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Through The Arctic

Packrafting the Kongakut River

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Return to Bushcraft - Elevation Outdoors Magazine

Return to Bushcraft - Elevation Outdoors Magazine

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National Geographic

Crushing Summit Fever on Peru's Ausangate

I took a deep breath of the thin air at 5,500 meters (18,000 feet) and scanned the beautiful scene of jagged rocks, sparkling white snow, and deep blue glacier ice around me and slowly became more ......

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Three climbers who found ways to grow the sport and change the world - Elevation Outdoors Magazine

EO profiles three climbers who not only contribute to the growth of the sport, but have found ways to give back and help change the world....

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The New York Times

Hiking and Kayaking in Namibia

A new trip in Namibia from the tour company Adventure Life will include an overnight hike and sea kayaking in addition to opportunities to see animals like lions and giraffes....

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One- and two-way text messaging devices from SPOT, DeLorme, and TextAnywhere have already made strong headway into the hands of amateur and professional adventurers.

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Life List: Northern Lights Ski Tour, Alaska - Backpacker

See the world's best sky show from your private backcountry cabin....

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The Ultimate Reverse Bucket List - Elevation Outdoors Magazine

The Ultimate Reverse Bucket List - Elevation Outdoo...

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No Breaks for Cancer - Elevation Outdoors Magazine

No Breaks for Cancer - Elevation Outdoors Magazine

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Ibex Goes to the Dogs - Elevation Outdoors Magazine

Ibex Goes to the Dogs - Elevation Outdoors Magazine...

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Winter Park Ski Train Is FULL!

It may not come as much of a surprise to the many of us who are snow hounds living on the Front Range and have whiled away many hours creeping along I-70, even if we’re only trying to get to the Empire exit to make our way over to Grand County, that when there was an option to take a train from Denver to Winter Park to hit the slopes, it filled fast. In fact, the ski train filled in less than 10 hours from the time the seats were available at 10am last Wednesday the 25th.