Look for these features and departments in the print edition of ADVENTURE.
The Battle for the Black Lagoon
Bill Stone brought the latest underwater technology to Florida's Wakulla Springsand an approach to cave diving that some saw as a challenge to the sport's purist soul.
Check out our profile of Bill Stone, high-tech explorer.
Related Web Site: Go on location with a National Geographic TV crew at Wakulla Springs.
Inside the Passage
Head northway northto British Columbia and Alaska, with our guide to three of the best ways to explore this surprisingly accessible, unquestionably wild realm:
Related Web Site: Go solo from the Pole with Arctic explorer Will Stegersort of.
Dodging Earl in the Ghost Islands: Sea kayak and storm-watch in the land of limitless islands and Haida totems.
Into the Wild From Base Camp Juneau: Hike, canoe, bear-watch, and more in the inexhaustible backyard of Alaska's capital city.
Way, Way Out There at B.C.'s Adventure Lodges: Take a helicopter ride to the backcountry and make it out in time for dinner.
Among the Ancients in the Wadi Rum
European climbers have discovered what desert nomads have known for 10,000 yearsJordan's desert bluffs and dead cities are the stuff of dreams. An American team tackles its mysteries.
Sara Ballantyne: Goddess of War
Part Odyssey, part American Gladiators, with a soupçon of MacGyver, adventure racing is the apotheosis of "extreme." Meet the sport's ultimate warrior.
Related Web Site: Join an extreme TV crew on a New Zealand adventure race.
Five Hundred Days Before the Mast
The Picton Castle left Nova Scotia with a mostly amateur crew on an 18-month sailing trip around the world. We hopped aboard to find out why.
ADVENTURE Forum: What adventure would be worth 18 months of your life?
Related Web Site: Hitch a harrowing ride across the Indian Ocean with a NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC photographer.
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Only a fool would hike into Death Valley, the lowest, hottest place in the Western Hemisphere, in midsummer. Call us fools.
White-water kayaks for local play; sea kayaks for weekend escapes.
Plus: Road-testing the world's best folding bike, in Cuba.
Your Own Private Stonehenge: Scotland's rugged and mysterious 40 Standing Stones of Callanish.
Ain't nothing like the real thing, hombre, and in Oaxaca, Mexico, that's mezcal, tequila's granddaddy. Say it: Legítimo!
Bozeman, Montana: part college town, part cow town, and all adventure, with access to some of the finest fly-fishing, hiking, rafting, and skiing in America.
Five roller-coaster rivers in North America that few have heard of, let alone rafted.
The retro-adventure rage: Shackleton's Antarctic escapade, Hemingway's latest (posthumously), and the real-life whale tale that inspired Moby Dick.
The must-bookmark Web sites of adventure: trip ideas, unique outfitters, gear bargains, and more.
Inca mummies? We got 'em. Woodstock on Wheels? You read it here first. It's all in our rundown of everything happening in the wide, weird world of adventure.
How did a Brooklyn regular Joe become Spain's Greatest American Hero? Meet the iron man of bull-running.
Two charging elephants, a dozen frames, and more than a little luck. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC photographer Michael "Nick" Nichols tells the story behind a classic shot.
Related Web Site: Stalk an Indian tiger and her cubs with Nick Nichols.
We took an average coward and resolved to make an adventurer out of him. First step: learning to fly.
Behind the Scenes: Our oddventures columnist phoned in and freaked out. Listen in.