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Snowmen

Snowmen

by Josh Galvin October 4, 2011 Features

To my shock and horror, I’d been sucked into the vortex of a white tornado traveling at warp speed heading straight down the mountain into the bowels of the earth.

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Kitzbuehel

Kitzbuehel

by Peter Kray October 4, 2011 Features

The modern birthplace of the sport of skiing is in Kitzbuehel, Austria, where the Hahnenkamm, alpine skiing’s most-famous roller coaster, is run every year.

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Ski Days, Redux

Ski Days, Redux

by Hilary Meyerson October 4, 2011 Features

Twenty years ago, I fell in love.

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The Moonlight Chronicles #182

The Moonlight Chronicles #182

by Dan Price October 4, 2011 Features

Camping is our favorite thing to do…

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New River, Arizona: Three Glimpses

New River, Arizona: Three Glimpses

by Charles Clayton August 2, 2011 August - September 2011

People say they love the desert, and they probably do … at Thanksgiving when they’re visiting family in Tucson and walking around in sandals

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Of Fire and Firewater: Canyoneering with a Dragon

Of Fire and Firewater: Canyoneering with a Dragon

by Aaron Thomas Philips August 2, 2011 August - September 2011

If someone asks you if you want to see them breathe fire, do not say, “Yes. Yes, I would like to see you breathe fire.” Or there will be trouble.

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A Spiritual Journey of 43 Steps

A Spiritual Journey of 43 Steps

by Lili Wright August 2, 2011 August - September 2011

It was Charlotte’s idea to sign up for a women’s hiking trip run by a wilderness tour company with a Native American bent.

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In the Zone

In the Zone

by B. Frank July 5, 2011 Features

Right now, choices are being made in corporate and government offices that will decide the mix of power generation in the rest of this century.

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I Am Climbing Granite Peak

I Am Climbing Granite Peak

by Dave Reuss June 28, 2011 Features

I am climbing Granite Peak, the highest mountain in Montana, and sweat is pouring off my brow.

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Meander: A History

Meander: A History

by Jen Jackson June 28, 2011 Features

There is a buried and meandering channel of history moving unseen through the Moab Valley’s narrow, rimrock embrace.

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