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Check out our top reasons to visit ski resorts in the summer. From solitude to affordability, summer ski resorts have a lot to offer, including top hiking trails, mountain biking, rafting and even ropes courses and alpine slides. More
Monday morning, and you have the horrible double-whammy: not only is your weekend over, but you have to face the hellish commute to get back to the job you're not that enthused about heading towards anyway. More
When senior Communist Party leaders announced a last-minute visit to the sporting facilities in Heilongjiang, China, local sports officials authorized the creation of a right-angle running track to make up for lost time. More
May 26, 2014

New peaks to conquer

By: The Pack Team
Nepalese government offers climbers the opportunity to be the ‘first’ to set foot on one of the 104 newly opened Himalayan peaks More
Roughly half of the teams preparing to climb Everest have begun their descent from Base Camp following last week's tragic avalanche that killed at least 13 sherpas. More
When looking for your next marathon, it's tempting to choose one based on how flat or fast it's likely to be - two requisites for a personal record. But what if you were to combine a touch of tourism with your marathon? More
On Sunday, North Korea opened up the annual Pyongyang marathon to foreign amateurs for the first time. It was an unusual move for the secretive and deliberately isolated state, with much of the country still firmly off-limits to visitors. More
From this week, patients struggling with obesity in the Boston area will be helped to improve their lifestyle with prescriptions for a subsidized membership to the city's Hubway bike sharing system. More
Outside Magazine has published its 2014 Travel Award winners, and as you'd expect we were especially keen to see what Outside would flag up as the best trail running and mountain biking locations. More
Many of us dream of climbing Mount Everest, but the price is a huge barrier for many of us. Even if you overlook the expense of getting the equipment in the first place and flying out to Nepal, a license to climb the world's highest mountain costs an individual $25,000. Good news though, the Nepalese government has announced that from 2015 this price will be slashed by more than half, dropping to just $11,000! More

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