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Small Arrow Expedition:
First Ascents in Cameroon

A National Geographic expedition recently braved volcanic spires in the wilds of West Africa. Relive the adventure at Quokka Sports.

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spotlights January/February 2000
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•  The Rules of Adventure
•  Wild Caribbean
•  My Own Personal Land Speed Record
•  NGA Guide: Winter Parks From Acadia to Zion
•  24 Hours in Adventure City: Bend, Oregon
  arrow Johan Reinhard,
Iron Man of the Andes

High-altitude, headline-winning excavations of Inca mummies have made him the world's most famous archaeologist—and its toughest.
  arrow Your Rules of Adventure
What's your paramount rule for injury-free adventuring?
  arrow Battle for the Backcountry
Should out-of-bounds skiing and snowboarding be more widely accessible?
  arrow ""
Link to the Web's best sites for booking snow vacations—point, click, ski, and save.
  arrow America's 100 Greatest Adventures
We tell you the top 100. You tell us which is number one.
  arrow Ski Yellowstone
Hankering for a day of painful, ungodly cold alleviated by intimate animal encounters? Contact Off the Beaten Path.
  arrow Reader Service
Knowledge is (purchasing) power.

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