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Ice climbing in the French Alps
Photo by GÉRARD VANDYSTADT/TIPS IMAGES

COLD SWEAT
No need for fossil fuels to keep warm this winter: Just pull on the mukluks and rev up your own internal combustion engine.

 

Ice Manliness Cometh
How to climb a waterfall.
DAVID FERRIS

A Six-Dog-Power Engine
When mushing gets mushy.
DEBRA JONES

I (Heart) Snowshoeing
A family falls for chilly adventure.
ERIN PURSELL

Skiing Yellowstone
Why vroom when you can shoosh?

Freeze-Frame
Squeeze into a Michigan ice cave.
JERRY HARPT

Welcome Back to the World
Letters to a post-Bush president.
EDITED BY PAUL RAUBER

Rotten Fish Tales
Appalachian coal mines strip away a pastime.
TOMAS ALEX TIZON

Big Fun in the Green Zone
Soldiers' kids need R & R too.
PETER FRICK-WRIGHT


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