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Trips
*Ten Perfect Ski Trips
Sick of lift lines? Here are this winter's best ways to beat them Winter travel guide >>
Life on Assignment
*The War Over Alaska's Arctic Refuge
Never mind the oil—adventure could be the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge's greatest resource, as writer-photographer James Balog makes clear here in audio and images >>
 
 
arrow Mail Notice
If you recently received a letter from us, we have a message for you >>
 
 
arrow America's Ultimate Water Park
Find out just how adventure-friendly Florida's Dry Tortugas National Park is—and how our photographer got the shots >>
 
 
arrow Lost at Sea
A sailor offers her gripping tale of a sinking yacht, deaths by shark bite, and, finally, rescue >>
 
 
arrow Papua New Guinea: Trek Into Danger
Crossing an unstable island nation didn't kill writer Kira Salak. And, yes, it did make her stronger, she says in this interview >>
 
 
arrow Your Survival Tales and Tips
Share your personal wilderness survival story. What worked when you were lost? What didn't? What advice would you give others? Post it >>
 
 
arrow Sebastian Junger on the Death of the Taliban's Greatest Foe
The Perfect Storm author spent a month with anti-Taliban warrior Ahmad Shah Massoud in 2000. Now he offers his reaction to the recent murder of the Northern Alliance leader—and the subsequent attacks on the U.S. Read >>
 
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Tools

Gear Guides

*NEW: Breakthrough Navigation Tools
Our buying guide to the best two-way radio, handheld GPS system, multitool, and altimeter-barometer watch.

*NEW: Best New Mountain Hardware
Looking for the top ice ax, sunglasses, ski boots, handlebars, or mountain bike? Look no further.

*NEW: Cameras and Night Vision
We pick the best underwater camera, night-vision monocular, digital camera, and digital video camera.



Trips

*NEW: Ghana on the Cheap
With tropical forests, savannas, and empty beaches, Ghana has the breadth of classic African landscapes—without the tourist crowds of Kenya and Tanzania.

 
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*TOPO! mapXchange: Create and Post Your Own Maps

*Trails Illustrated Map Catalog

 


November/December 2001:
In the Magazine | Excerpts | 10 Ski Trips | ANWR | Dry Tortugas | Lost at Sea | Papua New Guinea | Forum | Junger | Camera Picks | GPS Tools | Mountain Hardware | Ghana Guide




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