Volume 67, Number 2 (2016) Summer/Fall 2016: Living with the Consequences
The Long Way Home: With Magic Like This, Who Needs Routine?
In This Issue
"All a Question of Luck": Hope Deteriorated into a Survival Game in the A. W. Greely Expedition
Wild Katahdin?: Will Growing Numbers of Thru-Hikers and Disruptive Behavior Remove "Maine's Greatest Mountain" From the AT?
A Scoutmaster's Fall: Three Witnesses Will Never Forget It
Looking for Kate: Searchers' Stories
Catching a Fish: Girls Find Food and Water
The Randolph Glacier Inventory: Scientists Gatheres in the White Mountains to Count the World's Glaciers
W. Tad Pfeffer
A Maple for the Ages: Discovering a 250-Year-Old Tree Hidden in an Overgrown Nature Preserve
In Every Issue
A Peak Ahead
The Lake at the Pass (Arapahoe Pass, CO)
Gomantong Caves, Sabah, Borneo
Marcyn Del Clements
Cormorants at Chambers Bay
Moose Gives Birth
Max L. Stephan
Photo by George Rice/National Archives: Only 6 of the 22 men who posed for this 1881 photo, just before they set out for the Arctic on a government-funded expedition, returned alive. Their leader was Adolphus Washington Greely, the bearded man seated in the center. Like most of the others, the photographer, seated at right, died of starvation before a rescue ship arrived.