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spotlights March/April 2001
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•  Sebastian Junger Under Fire With Afghanistan's Greatest Warrior
•  Secrets of Utah's Canyon Country
•  Wild Onion: Chicago's Urban Adventure Race
•  New Canada-to-Mexico Hiking Route
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  arrow Sebastian Junger
Under Fire

The Perfect Storm author risked the wrath of the Taliban to find Afghanistan's guerrilla genius. Audio interview and online-only photos >>
 
   
  arrow Northwest Passage
To conquer the legendary route, writer-photographer Jonathan Waterman kayaked, skied, hiked, dogsledded, and sailed alone across the Arctic >>
 
   
  arrow Mike Horn,
Globe-Circling Adventurer

First he followed the Equator around the world, facing down a firing squad and riding out a cyclone at sea. Now he wants to stage a Siberian prison break. Is Mike Horn mad? >>
 
   
  arrow Storming Alaska's Islands of Fire and Ice
Jon Bowermaster reads a white-knuckle excerpt from his new book, Birthplace of the Winds, and remembers friend and expedition mate Barry Tessman. Listen >>
 
   
  arrow Expedition Adviser
He's dogsledded the Antarctic, kayaked uninhabited Alaska, and run unrun Chinese rivers—it's his job. Lucky for you, it's also Jon Bowermaster's job to answer your adventure-travel queries >>
 
   
  arrow Foot Specialists
Hiking-shoe shopping these days can be bewildering. Let us help you get your kicks >>
 
   
  arrow American Wilds: Crashing the Gates of the Arctic
A novice turns to mushing in Alaska's unspoiled dogsled paradise >>
 
   
  arrow Reckless Encouragement?
Does the dramatization of outdoor-survival stories encourage reckless risk-taking? >>
 
   
  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 >>
 
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