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Unfortunately, a lot of the basic where and how information is factually wrong. Even mileages. Two examples: Torrey is 5 miles from Chimney Rock trailhead
Posted by: Steve
13/03/2009 08:10 PM

I agree about the "budget" adventures. It would be great to read about adventures that are actually affordable for those of us without a 6-figure paycheck.
Posted by: PK
12/03/2009 09:22 PM

Considering the current state of the economy it would be a great service to your readers to provide more articles on "budget" adventures. The reason I originally subscribed was for your quick an cheap adventures out of country. We're not all Wall Street affluent!
Posted by: William Walby
25/02/2009 10:57 AM

I agree, I canceled my subscription to this magazine because it is more of an advertising rag for high-end out-of-reach adventure outfitters and resorts than a true hub of communication about outdoor adventures. What a disappointment from National Geographic!
Posted by: Jesse
17/02/2009 10:33 AM

What about adventures for the working class? these are out of the question for most people....
Posted by: jana
14/02/2009 05:53 PM

Suggesting an $800 a night room. This the reason I quit getting this magazine.
Posted by: Anonymous
13/02/2009 04:07 PM