The Hard Way

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Tombstone White

The treacherous history of the Matterhorn can be read in books and snowy graveyards, but to write it you've got to survive it

Mark Jenkins
May 1, 2000

Crossing to Safety

From beginning to middle to end and back again, one adventure leads to another. So hold tight—it's a long ride

Mark Jenkins
Apr 1, 2000

Truth or Consequences

Does wilderness therapy help troubled kids? After a gang of teenagers staged a violent mutiny in the badlands of Utah, we joined the search for answers.

Mark Jenkins
Mar 1, 2000

Confessions of a Solo Climber

A partner drops out, one thing leads to another, and suddenly our hero finds that peer pressure has him fighting for his life

Mark Jenkins
Feb 1, 2000

The Un-American Activity

What gets the equivalent of 1,000 miles per gallon, doesn't pollute, will save the world, and transports you in breezy style? Your bike.

Mark Jenkins
Jan 1, 2000

A Storm in the Distance

The come-on: Grab two hours of challenging fun and fast adventure. But when a dark wall of water swept away lives and reputations, the question became: Why?

Mark Jenkins
Nov 1, 1999