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spotlights January/February 2001
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•  Beyond the End of the Road
•  Ruedi's Way: Skiing With a Canadian Superguide
•  8,000-Meter Man: Ed Viesturs of Vertical Limit
•  Hey, Panama ...
  arrow True Values, Backcountry Breakthroughs
A compact cookstove for U.S. $33, a roomy backpack for $85, and more for your money >>
  arrow Vegas Rocks
Discover the Vegas that 35 million visitors a year don't see, from Red Rock Canyon to the Colorado River >>
  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 >>
  arrow Chased by Demons
Out of Empty America

The stories behind our cover story: Writer/pilot Laurence Gonzales spills the beans on his stormy escape from Nowhere, U.S.A. >>
  arrow Panama Portrait
Jungle outposts, lost cities, Caribbean pleasure ports—photographer Brown W Cannon III exposes the Panama David Lee Roth didn't tell you about >>
  arrow Joby Ogwyn,
Seven Summitter

Everest wasn't enough. Ogwyn wants to be the youngest to summit the highest peak on each continent. Last stop: Antarctica >>
  arrow Partner Benefits
Who are your best—and worst—backcountry buddies? Why? >>
  arrow 365 Days of Adventure
Our calendar's full through 2001, and yours could be too. Just consult our adrenaline almanac, your guide to a year of living adventurously >>
  arrow Products From Our Pages
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