IN THIS ISSUE - 2016 issue 2

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State of wonder

By Jeff Rennicke
Everything is scaled up in Alaska—perhaps nowhere more than in Denali National Park, home to glaciers, grizzlies and North America’s highest peak
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Land of lakes and volcanoes

By Jayne Wise
Like Tuscany, Bavaria and Lake Como rolled into one, but with calderas, Chile’s spectacular lake district, south of Santiago, plays host to a mother gone rogue
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Paradise lost and found

By David Lansing
In the wilds of northern Kenya, there once was a lake in the crater of an extinct volcano, surrounded by a Garden of Eden teeming with wildlife. Is it still there?
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The granny diaries

By Peter McBride
Rodeos, sombreros, mariachis and mole. A writer sets out to track down a revolutionary ancestor in central Mexico. But all is not quite what it seems
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The path less travelled

By Geordie Torr
From Everest Base Camp to the Annapurna Circuit, Nepal is a high-altitude-trekking mecca, but a walk through the rural foothills offers a rare insight into how the locals live
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Sky lights

By Elaine Anselmi
Yellowknife, capital of Canada’s remote Northwest Territories, is experiencing an Aurora-assisted tourism boom. And there’s nowhere better for sightings of the Northern Lights
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Stories in the stones

By Nadia Kavanagh
Scattered among the foothills of South Africa’s Cederberg mountains lies a vast repository of ancient rock art
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Yosemite: The range of light

By Julie Miller
A magnet to adventurers, rock climbers, hikers and, most of all, photographers, Yosemite National Park protects some of the most majestic landscapes in the whole of North America