Owen Clarke

Writer

Matthew Dayton from Visions Service Adventures

Owen Clarke is an outdoor adventure journalist working as a writer for VISIONS. A lifelong rock climber and mountaineer, Owen is a Contributing Digital Editor for Climbing and Gym Climber magazines and a lead writer for the adventure film company Benegas Brothers Productions, the producers of the Latin American TV show “ESPN Adventure” for the last decade. He also serves as a researcher for The Flip Side, a daily bipartisan newsletter dedicated to fostering positive across-the-aisle discourse in American politics.

He has published with Outside, Rock & Ice, Trail Runner, Backpacker, SKI, The Outdoor Journal, Travel+Leisure, Yoga Journal and others, and has run popular columns for several major outdoor publications. In 2019, he became the first person to solo hike the Juliana Trail, a new 167-mile loop through Slovenia’s Julian Alps.

Owen has a BA in English Literature from the University of San Diego and has previously worked with Greenpeace and Plant With Purpose, among other nonprofit environmental initiatives. Owen is also a former Emergency Medical Technician and Eagle Scout. 

His work with VISIONS involves telling our program’s stories via e-newsletters, digital blogs, webpage writing, and more, bringing the extraordinary experiences of VISIONS programs into focus via the written word.

Matthew Dayton from Visions Service Adventures

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Recent Blog Posts

LOCATION SPOTLIGHT: OUR NEW MONTANA FARM

LOCATION SPOTLIGHT: OUR NEW MONTANA FARM

As of September, we’ve purchased OUR VERY OWN VISIONS FARM, a sprawling historic property nestled at the base of Montana’s Bridger Mountains. This farm will be the base for all our Montana Gap programs and Teen Summer Farm programs moving forward
Program Highlights: Montana Summer 1

Program Highlights: Montana Summer 1

30 adventurous teens worked on sustainable farming and regenerative ranching activities, permaculture, volunteering at the Food Bank, packaging books for distribution to Montana reservations, and site preparations at a local cohousing neighborhood.