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  1. Due north of New Zealand’s popular resort city of Queenstown, a vast and beautiful wilderness remains largely inaccessible to tourists. Hikers can tramp into the South Island’s 1,373-square-mile...
  2. Six years of research, development, and prototyping have resulted in the Stealth-X, a carbon-fiber snow sled from New Zealand’s Snolo ( www.snolosleds.com ). In terms of appearance, the Stealth-X is...
  3. The sun is just beginning to rise over the southern Rocky Mountains as our guide, Adrian Hesterman, disappears amid the thick sagebrush and scrub oak lining the top of the ridge. He’s taken his bugle...
  4. When Thorsten Schwabe and Gregor Baer, the founders of German ski company Indigo ( www.indigosnow.de ), visited the United States a few years ago they noticed a clear distinction between American and...
  5. The Manhattan-based whisky club 1494, in collaboration with the Scottish travel company Connoisseur Golf, is offering a Founders Golf and Distillery Trip ( www.1494ad.com ) to the birthplace of both...
  6. From the moment that James Ingles took up the game of golf at the age of 13, he fell in love with its finesse and precision, as well as the engineering and design of the game’s equipment. As a...
  7. Technology keeps bringing the home-recreation room closer to the golf course. High Definition Golf’s high-resolution curved widescreen golf simulators ( www.hdgolf.com ) feature a widescreen format...
  8. In the 1950s, a group of prominent Texans acquired an idyllic stretch of coast near Jamaica’s northwest corner, about 12 miles from Montego Bay. The new owners—a group that included future senator...
  9. The 14th hole at Royal Dornoch ( www.royaldornoch​.com ), known as Foxy, plays 439 yards from the men’s tees and, according to Harry Vardon, the esteemed British golfer whose career spanned the late...
  10. The French may have a world-famous tour that meanders through the Alps, but the Italians have the most illustrious heritage of high-performance bicycle craftsmanship. Walk into an American cycling...

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