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Exposed: The Inaugural Reader Photo Critique
Hidden in the dark forests of Gabon's newly created national parks lurks the highest concentration of animals in their natural habitats in all of Africa—and a unique opportunity to revolutionize ecotourism in the Congo Basin. Join photographer Nicolas Reynard with outtakes from his quest to capture (on film) these elusive forest creatures. Enter gallery >>
Blaine Honea has spent the past seven years of his life riding the Class V+ rapids of West Virginia's famed Gauley River. Here he talks to Adventure about the highlights and lowlights of life on one of the most raucous rafting rivers in the United States. Read the interview >>
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