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Travel — Morris Brossette

SOG Approved: goTenna

The pocket-sized goTenna pairs with your smartphone to enable GPS navigation anywhere in the world, service be damned. We tested it on the streets of Medellin, Colombia.

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AlpineStacey McKenna

Women are reclaiming the adventure story

For too long, adventurous women have been portrayed as damaged goods or as victims on the run. A new batch of adventure memoirs looks to change those frames.

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Around the web — The New York Times

In Eritrea, a Diver’s Dreamscape

The waters off this troubled nation shelter pristine reefs and a plethora of exotic fish.

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AlpineRenee Howard

How to Ski Alaska (without selling a kidney)

You don’t need a helicopter to ski the Chugach. In this piece, Alaskan Renee Howard explains how to shred The Last Frontier on a budget.

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TravelMolly McCowan

How to not die in the Amazon

Peru's Amazon rainforest is not an easy place to stay alive. Travel writer Molly McCowan found it was worth the risk.

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TravelBrad Shannon

8 outdoorsy spots to pop the question

Planning to propose to your adventure partner? You're more likely to get a "yes" in these eight spots.

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TravelBrad Shannon

Yukigassen is our new favorite sport

It's like dodgeball meets paintball meets capture the flag... but with snowballs. And it's Japanese (of course).

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TravelMatt Minich

4 places we’ll travel in 2017

We want to see the world. But because we have to see it one place at a time, we've narrowed our 2017 travel goals down to four must-do trips.

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TravelRenee Howard

Travelogue: 24 days in the Grand Canyon

Rafting the Grand Canyon is on every adventurer's bucket list... but checking it off takes some real grit.

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TravelLindsay Nieminen

Jordan’s best eco-tourism (not Petra)

The Kingdom of Jordan did eco-tourism way, way before it was cool. In this piece, guest writer Lindsay Nieminen reviews the country's coolest spots... excluding Petra, of course.

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Around the web — New York Times

How to Have a Better Flight

A longtime flight attendant says that politeness helps improve a trip, as does bringing your own food for the ride.

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