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The Danger of a Life-Saving Device
Why transmission beacons are a boon and a burden for search-and-rescuers.
Wadi Tiwi, Oman
The emerald pools and orange blossoms of Wadi Tiwi almost distract climbers from their goal, the area's sheer sandstone pitches.
Written in Snow: Learning How to Track Wild Animals
Citizen scientists forgo the slopes to search for scat.
Eco-Gear for Winter Outings
These trail-tested gadgets and garments will keep you cozy from hood to toe.
Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado
A rafting adventure into the environmental and geologic history of Dinosaur National Monument. (No CGI raptors necessary.)
Gear for Long, Dark Nights
Cold and dark conditions shouldn't stop you from camping during winter. Just be sure to pack the right gear. Here are some suggestions to brighten the experience.
Bison and Boundaries
Can the last wild bison roam free?
What's a Few Hundred Feet?
Why five Americans spent more than a month trekking through a jungle to summit an unclimbed peak in Myanmar.
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