Brasukra G Sudjana

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‘All Day Long: A Portrait of Britain at Work’, by Joanna Biggs

Which would you rather: wipe bottoms all day, be shot at in Iraq, or allow your body to be penetrated by strange men?<p>If this is a question you have …

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Everest’s Darkest Year

At 3 A.M., Lhakpa Gyalgen’s alarm went off at Base Camp, but he dozed until 3:07, when Tenzing Chottar rattled his tent fly. “He had been reading holy books and prayers,” said Lhakpa Gyalgen, who is from Thame, in Nepal, and was a lama at Kathmandu’s Kopan monastery before becoming a climber. …

Mountaineering

Outside's Best Travel Photography: August

Photo: Andy Best<p>With the effects of the 1980 Mt. St. Helens eruption still lingering on the landscape, photographer Andy Best snapped this photo on an eerie, fog-filled night.<p>Photo: Scott Rogers<p>Climbing the picturesque Fisher Towers is tricky, but slacklining between the two takes it to another …

Adventure Travel

Why Did So Many People Die in Nepal?

The news out of Nepal these past few days has been bleak. Avalanches and blizzards in a northern mountainous region of the country have claimed the lives of at least 26 people. According to some reports, as many as 100 people still may be missing. Most of the trekkers killed or currently …

Mountaineering

The Long Captivity of Michael Scott Moore

In his two years and eight months as a hostage in Somalia, Michael Scott Moore spent his days and his nights confined to small, stifling cells, often in handcuffs. His guards, terrified that U.S. Navy SEALs would try to rescue him, moved him to a different safe house every couple of weeks. A …

Africa

Our All-Time Favorite Volcano Pictures

National Geographic digs into its archives to find the most stunning and surprising photographs of volcanoes around the world.

How Do I Get to Antarctica?

Snagging a trip to Antarctica has never been so simple. Still, it's one of the trickiest places in the world to visit. Here are the five ways to get there.<p>It used to be that traveling to Antarctica meant playing Russian roulette with your life. Tourism to the coldest, driest, and windiest place on …

Cape Town

Pro Skier Sierra Quitiquit's Patagonia Hideaway

I was 15 when I lost my oldest brother to a car accident; by the time I turned 18, the sadness became overwhelming. The only sure place I knew to find happiness was with skis on my feet, so I ditched the states and started ski bumming around South America. This is when I first stumbled into Refugio …

Skiing

Antarctica 2014: Bitterly Cold Temps and More Arrivals on the Ice

The 2014 Antarctic season is in full swing now, with more teams setting off for the South Pole amidst "brutally cold" temperatures and high winds. …

‘Where Are They Burning the Bodies’: Documenting the Ebola Outbreak in Liberia

<i>Editor’s Note: Be advised, some might find the following photographs disturbing.</i><p>On August 27, documentary photographer Kieran Kesner boarded Delta …