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The Ascent To Greatness

22/12/2020 Escape

The Ascent To Greatness

Julie Ellison explains the history of mountaineering and alpinism from its humored beginnings with Jacques Balmat and Michel-Gabriel Paccard to what compelled individuals to journey up Mount Everest.
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Biking The World’s Largest Island

06/12/2020 Escape travel

Biking The World’s Largest Island

Connected by a beautiful ring of light, traversing the fields of ice that form the majestic wilderness of Greenland is an experience like no other. This prehistoric-like terrain is incredibly difficult to navigate, especially on two wheels. Delve into a story from Nordic Cycle.
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A Mercedes Legend Marked by Tragedy and Success

01/12/2020 Escape

A Mercedes Legend Marked by Tragedy and Success

Sometimes the legend outlives the reality, and that is certainly the case with Rudolf Uhlenhaut's famous Mercedes-Benz 300SL. A concept in his mind that sought revenge on the racetrack after previously being humiliated, his creation broke records and was for a time the fastest car on the planet.
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One Book = One Tree

25/11/2020 Escape

One Book = One Tree

Trees play a pivotal role in the book publishing industry. They are the principal material to produce paper and they are also essential in fighting climate change and preserve ecosystems. This is why we have partnered with Tree-Nation, a non-profit organization supporting tree planting projects. With every book purchased on our website, we plant a tree.
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Taking The Women of Nepal To New Heights

17/11/2020 Escape

Taking The Women of Nepal To New Heights

Legendary alpinist Dawa Yangzum Sherpa went against the grain of her tiny village in Nepal and broke away from centuries-old cultural norms. Defying expectations, she grew to become a record-breaking climber and has her eyes set on much more now.
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A Father-Son Duo Explore Their Hometown

11/11/2020 design & fashion Escape

A Father-Son Duo Explore Their Hometown

Sometimes being a tourist in your own hometown is the most rewarding adventure, especially as a family while teaching children the history of the place they call 'home.' Virgil Nicholas, a Copenhagen-based fashion consultant and entrepreneur, talks us through his adventures with two-year-old Vinny.
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