Are you an adventure freak? Do extreme sports give you the kicks? Do you have bucket lists that you’re still waiting to check off?
Are you an adventure freak? Do extreme sports give you the kicks? Do you have bucket lists that you’re still waiting to check off? Wait no more. Check out these out-of-the-world photos that are sure to leave your adrenaline pumping!
1. Driving on sand dunes in Lucky Bay, Australia
Did you just skip a heartbeat? Sand dunes in Lucky Bay, Australia are some of the largest in the western part of the continent. Imagine your way up through the dunes ala desert safari in the Middle East. Only, you would be lucky to see another car on the dunes here. It’s that much of a challenge. Are you in the game?
2. Tree camping in Waldseilgarten, Germany
Do you love forests and enjoy the feeling of being lost in the wilderness? You should give Tree Camping in Waldseilgarten, Germany a shot. A thrilling night nestled inside a tent suspended from thick branches of large free-standing trees. Ropes are your only means of ascending and descending. Exciting, isn’t it?
3. Sky walking in Mount Nimbus, Canada
Simply put, a high-altitude dream destination of rock, snow, and smoky fog. Fancy this? Then, try sky-walking at Mount Nimbus Canada where you cross a suspension bridge at dizzying heights and rave about the final summit, all the while taking in the snow-capped mountain scenery and feeling on top of the world. Quite literally!
4. Being on top at Trolltunga, Norway
No, this isn’t photoshopped. Voted the scariest Instagram spot on the earth, Trolltunga in Norway is the edge of a cliff. Crazy hikers make the four-hour trek to Trolltunga for the much-hyped photo of a lifetime, on a ledge that hovers about 2,300 feet above a lake.
5. Trapeze paragliding in Geneva, Switzerland
Are you a daredevil who fancies flying in the air like a bird? Although this requires professional training, trapeze paragliding over Lake Annecy in Geneva involves defying the laws of gravity through astounding acrobatics.
6. Edge walking in Toronto, Canada
An urban adventure that takes you on a hands-free walk on the roof of the famous revolving restaurant in Toronto, CN Tower, 116 stories up above the ground. Light-headedness promised but totally worth the thrills.
7. Glacier boarding in Switzerland
Yes, glaciers are melting the world over. But adventurists the world over have converted the melting ice into an extreme playground. And have named the activity called glacier boarding. This activity involves snowboarding on a glacier.
8. Bike trailing in Moher, Ireland
On the Cliffs of Moher, you can experience the most dangerous bike ride trail on this planet. The mere sight of it makes you dizzy. Could be death-defying too!
9. Riding on Stratosphere Tower, Las Vegas
10. Base jumping in Yosemite, USA
Illegal it is, base jumping is the most extreme form of skydiving because altitudes can be ridiculously low, the objects themselves represent a hazard, and landing areas can be quite small. Of course, the more extreme it is, the more it attracts some people despite repeated fatalities reported. So Strictly NOT recommended.
11. Cliff camping in Colorado, USA
Again, not for the faint-hearted; imagine a nylon cot with less space, suspended at a head-spinning height with overcast clouds above your heads and the true sounds of nature to keep you company.
12. Dinner in the sky, Brussels, Belgium
For a change, this is for the romantics out there! Enjoy gastronomic delights with a view to die for. Enjoy an unparalleled view of Brussels and its surroundings while delighting in rare dishes and fine wines.