Τετάρτη, 13 Ιουλίου 2011

Fwd: Extreme Photo of the Week




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July 2011

Your Climbing Photos

Best Camping Gear

Niagara Falls by iPhone

Historic Everest Expeditions

Top 10 Inca Ruins to See

From bodyboarding in Australia to rock climbing in Canada and kayaking in Nepal, each week we publish our favorite photos of extreme athletes from around the world.

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  •   See photos of author and adventurer Peter Potterfield's 15 picks for the world's best hikes.


      Mark Adams shares the six best alternate routes to Machu Picchu.


      Check out Traveler magazine's picks for the best tours of 2011 from around the world.
     
      See photos, get tips, and explore the best of Canada's wild spaces with our new guide.

    Machu Picchu Inn to Inn

    Hiking Italy's Dolomites

    England Coast to Coast

    Hiking Patagonia

    Walking With the Maasai


      Aparna Rajagopal-Durbin, faculty member at the National Outdoor Leadership School, sheds light on all the options for staying bite-free.


      Why these glasses rock is only fractionally about their distinctive styling. It's much more the lens quality.


      Walking the Inca Trail requires equal parts dreaming and strategizing—not to mention a few trips to the gym. Here are a few tips on how to get the most out of your trek.






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