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*High Times on the Peyote Trail
In highland Mexico, photographer Rachel Cobb captured visions of the Huichol, isolated Indians who do peyote religiously. Online-only images and photo tips >>
*Fighting in the Fireground 
Writer-firefighter Peter M. Leschak reads excerpts from Ghosts of the Fireground, his new book recounting a legendary wildfire and his own backcountry battles >>
* The Iceman Runneth
In January, Irishman Richard Donovan won the inaugural South Pole Marathon. Then he did a 180, literally, completing the first marathon-length run in the North Pole ten weeks later. Interview >>

* Forums
Sound off! We may publish your posting in a future issue of Adventure. FEATURED FORUM: preventing climbing disasters >>

* Colorado's Wildland Firefight
For fire crew commander and author Peter M. Leschak, there's no better place than the line of fire >>

* The Adventurer's Handbook
Thirty-six crucial skills, nifty tips, and shameless shortcuts >>

* Adventure 365: Travel Calendar
Our new online calendar tells you when and where to go for an adventurous vacation. Just search by date, region, or activity >>

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August 2002:
In the Magazine | Excerpts | Peyote Photos | Wildland Firefighting | Iceman Runneth | Forums | Gear Guide: GPS | Gear Guide: Ultralight Tents | Adventurer's Handbook | Travel Calendar

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