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In this Issue: — Tracking Vikings along Newfoundland’s Great Northern Peninsula. —When cave photographer Josh Hydeman finally made it to Mexico’s gargantuan Sistema Huaulta, people had already been exploring it for 50 years. But there was still more to do. — As Jörgen Vikström sees things, there’s no other way to put it: When it comes to overcoming both political and alpine challenge, the badass history of Polish climbers in the Himalaya puts everyone else to shame. — Kiviuq is a circum-polar spirit forced to eternally wander the land; Ben Haggar’s solo mountain bike mission in Greenland felt a little bit like that, too — Steve Ogle, Ptor Spricenieks and Chad Sayers make an epic pilgrimage to ski in Colombia. Yes—you read that right! — Lisa Richardson and Garret Grove take us inside the making of Jordan Manley’s soul-stirring Treeline. — The journey of British Columbia’s Tŝilqhot’in people has been a long one. Leslie Anthony and Tyler Garnham embark on a lengthy rafting trip to understand what’s at stake. Each year we work hard to produce a new Mountain Life Annual in conjunction with a raft of dedicated partners, writers, photographers, designers and readers who support our mission of keeping quality storytelling alive. When it’s done, placing a copy of the Annual on a coffee table feels like putting up a big tent and inviting everyone in for tea. Meanwhile, inside the digital doors of Mountain Life you’ll also find the best of the Annual. Whichever place you choose to meet, we’re sure you’ll find our social-, culture- and environment-oriented ethos to be warm respite from a world of otherwise boilerplate outdoor adventure. Leslie Anthony — Editor

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