Seven adventures disappearing on a changing planet

Unique adventures that are threatened by human impact on each continent

By National Geographic Staff
Published 14 May 2019, 14:32 BST
Under a night sky, an ice climber thwacks his way up the ice of Athabasca Glacier, ...
Under a night sky, an ice climber thwacks his way up the ice of Athabasca Glacier, which is rapidly retreating due to warmer temperatures.
Photograph by Paul Zizka, Aurora

For those who yearn to experience some of Earth's most remote natural splendours first hand, here’s a selection of photos of great adventures to be had on each continent in places that are all threatened by human impacts.

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