Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Long Weekend Adventure Guide, Packing Tips, More!

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September 2013
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100 Best Adventure Towns

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20 Hikers' Dream Trails
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Adventure Bucket List
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Best Surf Towns
Long Weekend Adventure Guide
Master the three-day weekend getaway with advice from trusted locals in adventure towns so vibrant and authentic that you may never want to leave. Find out where to hike, bike, paddle, eat, imbibe, and sleep. Plus: we'll add a new town every Tuesday!
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• Jackson, Wyoming
• Telluride, Colorado
• Montauk, New York
Blind Date, Alaska Style
Their goal was to bike and packraft 200 rugged miles of Alaska's Lost Coast. And they were complete strangers.
Long Weekend Packing Lists
Use our cheat sheet for packing for the best weekend getaway of your life.
Hiking the John Muir Trails
The 211-mile John Muir Trail draws wild-eyed wanderers from around the world. Our eager writer hikes the whole thing.
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Untamed Antarctica
They'd heard about the wild winds that lash icy Queen Maud Land. But this team of hard-core climbers got more than they bargained for.

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Grand Canyon Hiking Adventure

New Zealand Multi-Sport Adventure
Tanzania Walking Safari
Adventures With NG Photographers
Crushing Summit Fever
Sometimes summiting just isn't going to happen, as these climbers learned on Peru's Ausangate.
Climbing Mammoth Lakes
Mammoth Lakes lures skiers with some of the best snow in the country. But in summer, it's a heaven for rock climbers.
Nobody's River: Journey's End
Our all-women kayaking team completed their 5,000-mile journey across Mongolia and Russia.
Gear: Fat-Tire Biking and Packrafting Alaska
By going light, trips are often more fun because of the nimbleness found in not being burdened with excess equipment.
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