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Into the Unknown: Beginning Sunday, June 6, the New York Times Magazine looks back on a thousand years of adventure.

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Summer 1999 Contents
In the print edition: Battle for the Black Lagoon, explore the extreme north, climb the dead cities of Jordan, and much more.
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  arrow Braving the "Birthplace of the Winds"
For an upcoming issue writer and kayaker Jon Bowermaster is testing the waters around a remote Aleutian archipelago—or are they testing him? Listen to his dispatches.
 
   
  arrow At Play in the Valley of
Death

Only a fool would hike into Death Valley, the lowest, hottest place in the Western Hemisphere, in midsummer. Call us fools.
 
   
  arrow Eighteen Months on the
Edge

What adventure would be worth a year and a half of your life?
 
   
  arrow Bill Stone
High-tech Explorer

Sure, he's hiked, rappelled, mapped, dived, and nearly died in some of the world's deepest caves. But, please, don't call Bill Stone an adventurer.
 
   
  arrow Web Links to Adventure
Check out these must-bookmark sites for trip ideas, unique outfitters, gear bargains, and more.
 
   
  arrow Swimming With Sharks
Our Oddventures columnist phoned in and freaked out. In the spirit of the times, we're taking the tapes public. Listen in.
 

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