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Gift Ideas for the Adventure Addict

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This year, skip the books, socks and gift cards, and give them what they really want — an experience. Here are seven that they’re sure to love
  1. An ecotourism adventure on one of Ted Turner’s New Mexico ranches
    Ted Turner’s year-old expedition company offers high-end ecotourism adventures on the billionaire’s three sprawling New Mexico ranches: Ladder, Armendaris and Vermejo Park, which has more elk and bison per capita than Yellowstone National Park. Photo courtesy of Turner Enterprises.

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  1. A well-rounded Western adventure in Utah’s Wasatch mountains
    Just minutes from the crowds of Park City, Blue Sky Utah is crafting a gloriously secluded Western experience. Photo by Patrick Brooks Brandenburg.

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  2. A cycling tour through southern Utah’s stunning national parks
    Gift Ideas for the Adventure Addict
    TerraVelo’s seven-day cycling tour through southern Utah itinerary takes cyclists through five national parks, including the red cliffs of Zion National Park. Photo by Justin Hackworth.

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  3. A true ranch experience at Colorado’s Zapata Ranch
    Gift Ideas for the Adventure Addict
    Since being purchased by the Nature Conservancy, Zapata Ranch has become a model for a new style of ranching, one that benefits the land, the wildlife, the livestock and the public. Photo by Wynn Myers.

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  4. A lesson in living off the land at Dunton Hot Springs
    High in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains, Dunton Hot Springs’ chef Karlos Baca forages for native ingredients that connect his seasonal menu to the landscape. Photo by Erin Kunkel.

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  5. A foodie’s dream dinner
    A traveling, pop-up feast, Outstanding in the Field joins food purveyors with the communities they sustain. Photo by Jennifer Olson.

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  6. A lesson and a meal at a luxe fishing camp on the Tarryall Creek
    It doesn’t get much fresher than at the Broadmoor Fishing Camp, where general manager and 20-year guide Scott Tarrant teaches the basics of fly-fishing on the Tarryall Creek. Photo by Matt Nager.

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