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Small Arrow Everest: Measure of a Mountain
Earth's highest peak is growing. Just how much? An intrepid team climbed for the answer.

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Go on location with National Geographic TV in New Zealand.

Small Arrow A Handful of Tiger Time
Stalk an Indian tiger and her cubs with photographer Michael "Nick" Nichols.

Small Arrow National Geographic Expeditions
Travel with our experts.

Small Arrow Scaling the Razor: Antarctic First Ascent
Conrad Anker (see this month's online profile) joined Alex Lowe and others to conquer a towering blade of granite.

Small Arrow Virtual Solar System
One sun. Nine planets. Three Dimensions.

spotlights Fall 1999
Story Previews
•  Out of Thin Air: The Untold Story Behind Everest's Greatest Mystery
•  Endorphin Academy: Adventure Racing 101
•  Working the Space Station
•  L.A.'s Secret Wilderness
  arrow Brutal Kinship
Photo Gallery

Nick Nichols explores the human-chimpanzee connection.
  arrow Conrad Anker
The Man Who Found Mallory

In this Q&A the star climber tells what it was like to find Everest's most famous missing person.
  arrow Where Now, NASA?
Where should the U.S. space program be boldly going? To the International Space Station? To Mars? You tell us.
  arrow I Was an Adventure School Dropout
Everyone knows adventure racing's cardinal rule: Don't quit. Everyone but writer Peter Winkler.
  arrow The 25 Greatest Adventures in the World
Read about them in the print edition. Link to them here.
  arrow Advertiser Info
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