Adventure Destinations Photo Gallery

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The glacial cirque of New Hampshire's Tuckerman Ravine challenges hikers and skiers alike, accumulating up to 50 feet of snow per year.  
Credit: Abrahm Lustgarten 
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New Zealand's Tongariro National Park is now a Lord of the Rings megastar, but the mythic land of volcanoes is on the North Island and avoids most of the tourist mobs looking for a quick buzz on the South Island.  
Credit: New Zealand Tourism 
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With a climate perfect for sailing, Tobago hosts the weeklong southern Caribbean regatta every year.  
Credit: Corbis 
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Chile's Patagonia encompasses some of the Earth's most diverse and geologically odd landscapes: from fast-moving glaciers to desert-like steppe to craggy coastline.  
Credit: Skip Brown 
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The Grand Canyon's South Rim hits its photogenic peak during sunrise and sunset.  
Credit: PhotoDisc 
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Kangaroo Island has more than just bizarre sandstone structures—the protected park sustains more feral Australian creatures than anywhere else on the continent.  
Credit: PhotoDisc 
 
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