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Rowing for the Gold

Friday, August 5, 2011 Rowing for the Gold Skier-turned-sculler aims high BY MOLLY LOOMIS Part of being a kid is ...
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Southern Exposure

Southern Exposure in Climbing  Friday, July 15, 2011 By Molly Loomis The Grand Teton’s Exum Ridge and Owen-Spalding routes are coveted climbs, and for good ...
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National Parks: Grand Teton

National Parks: Grand Teton in Backpacker Wade through wildflowers, listen to wolves, and escape the crowded trade routes in this secluded ...
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Inside the E.R. at Mount Everest

Inside the ER at Mt. Everest on Smithsonian.com Dr. Luanne Freer, founder of the mountain’s emergency care center, sees hundreds of ...
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Ultralight Helmets

Light Headed: Four Ultralight Helmets Prove Their Worth in Climbing LIGHT HEADEDFour ultralight helmets prove their worth As helmets get lighter ...
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Packrafting Fish Creek: Union Pass to Slide Lake

Packrafting Fish Creek: Union Pass to Slide Lake This weekend we headed out for a packrafting adventure with a crew ...
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Arctic Bound

As I begin preparing for an upcoming expedition to the Arctic, this blog will make a bit of a transformation ...
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The Grassroots of Kyrgzstan’s Coup

Koichieva Gulbubu lies in her hospital bed in Naryn, Kyrgyzstan. She was injured by a grenade during that country’s April ...
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Dispatch from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan—By Products of a Revolution

Expeditions in developing countries always involve some uncertainty. But my recent trip to Kyrgyzstan took this to a whole new ...
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