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Sarah Maurer (Miss Adventure Pants)
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Not planning to use Google + in the foreseeable future, just parking my name. Find me at my website, Facebook, Twitter @maurer_kg or email.
Not planning to use Google + in the foreseeable future, just parking my name. Find me at my website, Facebook, Twitter @maurer_kg or email.

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Tip No. 2: Get a little dirty. Travelers love to one-up each other in the gross-out department. So weird as it sounds, laughing about the gory details of her bedbug-infested hostel mattress or his bout with explosive giardia can score you major cool points.
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The secret: create momentum and excitement that are bigger than your doubts.
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Tip No. 4: Really slather on that sunscreen! Research shows most people don't use enough.
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Reason No. 5: he doesn't have a passport. 'Nuff said! Click to read the other 12.


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More than anything, writing this post made me want to climb Elbrus. Who's up for a little jaunt over to Russia?
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What's your next adventure? If you had to think for a minute, this post is totes for you.
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Because there's nothing worse than an entire rope team falling together and taking out a fourth innocent climber. Don't be those peeps! On the other hand, you may be more ready than you think.
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No matter what you've heard, it's a big mountain that you should take seriously!
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Missing the big summit you've been working toward for 11 months for can break your heart just as painfully as a cheating boyfriend. And in some ways it's worse, because the pain is such a lonely one.
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So I'll admit it. I went to Mexico to climb Pico de Orizaba. (18,491 ft.). I barely knew the names of the other two volcanoes on the itinerary. So imagine my surprise when this one was beautiful AF.
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