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Mountaineer Peter Athans leads the herculean effort to get a new and improved height for Earth's tallest peak.

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Raft down Idaho's Selway River and get tools to start planning a not-so-virtual adventure.

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Into Thin Air author Jon Krakauer and his teammates tackle a forbidding Antarctic peak.

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spotlights April 1999
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April 1999 Contents
In the print edition: Explore the wildest coasts of the United States, sail to Bali, search for tigers in Tasmania, and much more.
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  arrow The Legend of Everett Ruess
A young artist-wanderer vanished in 1934. His mysterious end hovers like a ghost over the Utah desert and lured writer David Roberts on a tortuous search for answers.
 
   
  arrow Willing to Risk It All?
How far are you prepared to go for a thrill?
 
   
  arrow Todd Skinner
Ultimate Rock Jock

Scaling Everest would just be "hiking" for Todd Skinner, who lives for the gymnastic challenges of free-climbing.
 

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