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*Where to Live and Play Now!
Spend a week in any one the ten enticing base-camp burgs featured in our September issue and you may never want to leave. Here, we serve up a taste of what it's like to live the adventure lifestyle.
Photo: a bike on top of a car

For people who dream of making the outdoors part of their daily routine, this quirky North Carolina town is inspiring. For photographer Alex di Suvero, Asheville offered the perfect mix of adrenaline and relaxation. Enter the gallery >>
Our resident extreme-travel expert Robert Young Pelton tells how to survive a foreign fleecing. Plus, send us your burning international travel question, and Pelton could answer it in an upcoming column. Read article >>

Adventure Towns: You may never want to leave.
The River Wilder: Maine's classic American
river trip
K2 at 50: The controversy surrounding the world's
most vicious mountain
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All you have to do is ask. First Responder, a monthly column in our new Performance section, seeks to demystify the everyday snags that hinder your game. This month: what's new in corrective eye surgery, and how to end the cycle of sprained ankles. Get the answers or e-mail us your own performance question >>

Send your adventure question to our experts and we may publish it in an upcoming issue. This month: how to respond to a grizzly encounter, and finding the deepest, darkest, densest jungle in the world. Boost your adventure IQ here >>

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