By Megan Harlan
September 12, 1997 at 04:00 AM EDT

Travels Along the Edge: 40 Ultimate Adventures for the Modern Nomad--from Crossing the Sahara to Bicycling Through Vietnam

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Ernest Hemingway wannabes spent $8 billion on adventure travel last year, and Outside magazine contributor David Noland details 40 of the most challenging trips in Travels Along The Edge: 40 Ultimate Adventures For The Modern Nomad — From Crossing The Sahara To Bicycling Through Vietnam. Along with travel tips (like listing potentially deadly diseases to be caught while rafting on Ethiopia’s Omo River), he rates each according to difficulty, from one (a Botswana safari on the back of a gentle elephant) to five (climbing Mount Everest). An emphasis on prepackaged tours seems a bit odd, but the range of ideas may entice even potato-ish types from their couches. B

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