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Skis and Snowboards

Ski and boardmakers are engineering some surprisingly elegant Frankenstein's monsters: hybrids that excel both on and off piste. Our experts reveal which are right for you >>
 
   
  arrow On the Trail to Shangri-la
In the unspoiled Himalayan paradise of Bhutan, adventure abounds and blue jeans are banned. Get stories and photos from the assignment >>
 
   
  arrow Saving White Death
Written more than 80 years ago, In the Land of White Death has just been published in English for the first time. Get the inside story of how this lost classic came to light >>
 
   
  arrow Snow-Sport Secrets From Our Powder Buff
Steve Casimiro spends nearly two months of every year skiing or snowboarding, but we like him anyway—especially since he's so durn helpful with readers' questions. Go ahead, ask him >>
 
   
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Captain Courageous

What does the first woman to circumnavigate the Earth alone, without stopping, do for an encore? She does it again. Find out why >>
 
   
  arrow Haven or Hellhole?
Are danger-ridden destinations worth the risk? >>
 
   
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What's going on in adventure travel? Plenty. In the magazine we tell you all about them. Online we link you to essential outfitters >>
 
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