Out of Eden Walk

The Out of Eden Walk is writer and National Geographic Fellow Paul Salopek’s multiyear, 21,000-mile storytelling odyssey across the globe in the footsteps of our ancestors.

A storyteller on a global trek maps his walk through a city agonized by a military coup
A storyteller on a global trek maps his walk through a city agonized by a military coup
The unexpected twists on a writer's 24,000-mile walk across the world
The unexpected twists on a writer's 24,000-mile walk across the world
8 years ago I began walking the Earth—and stumbled into an era spinning with change
8 years ago I began walking the Earth—and stumbled into an era spinning with change
These traditional Burmese noodles take a week and 18 intricate steps to make
These traditional Burmese noodles take a week and 18 intricate steps to make
How much work goes into flattening gold leaf? 20,000 hammer blows.
How much work goes into flattening gold leaf? 20,000 hammer blows.
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