For more than a decade, National Geographic ADVENTURE has brought its readers in-depth reporting and rollicking travel narratives from the farthest reaches of the globe, taking them along for the ride with grace, wit, and grit. The magazine's correspondents have solved mysteries on the highest slopes of Everest, conducted interviews amid stampeding elephants in India, and filed dispatches from the ice of the White Continent to the heart of the Sahara. Whether recounting a trip of a lifetime in Yellowstone backcountry or a solitary exploration of the Aleutian Islands, every story in this anthology offers an unforgettable reading experienceяan exhilarating look at The New Age Of Adventure: Ten Years of Great Writing (preoder a copy).
Here, collected for the first time, are 25 of the best stories from the first ten years of ADVENTURE magazine, featuring many of the finest writers in America.
Sebastian Junger visits Afghanistan's greatest warrior
Philip Caputo stalks descendants of the man-eating lions of Tsavo
David Quammen kayaks the Grand Canyon seeking solace and enlightenment
Peter Matthiessen voyages to the end of the Earth
Gretel Ehrlich treks with the last of the Siberian nomads
Michael Finkel hitchhikes across the Sahara
Tim Cahill finds undiscovered backcountry waterfallsяmaybe
David Roberts solves a 75-year-old murder mystery
Chip Brown unravels a climber's suicide
Kira Salak dodges Congolese rebels and is kissed by a gorilla
Scott Anderson road-trips the hippie highway through Central Asia
Charles Graeber takes an ad hoc journey of enlightenment on India's holiest river
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