Hiking Trail on Mt. Huashan, China
Hiking China’s Mount Huashan is one of the most dangerous hikes in the world. The trails up Mount Hua Shan involve steep staircases, vertical ascents, and a plank trail consisting of wooden platforms bolted onto the mountainside.
Bike trail along the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that captures the hearts of up to one million visitors every year. Standing 214m (702 feet) at their highest point they stretch for 8 kilometres along the Atlantic coast. One wrong move and you could end up at the bottom of the Atlantic.
Rappelling into the Cave of Swallows, Mexico
Want to feel like Indiana Jones? The cave is a popular vertical caving destination. Rappelling to the floor takes about twenty minutes while climbing back out may take from forty minutes to more than two hours.
Bike Stunts in Kjeragbolten boulder, Norway
Not for the faint hearted at all. Located in the Kjerag mountain in Rogaland, Norway, the rock itself is a glacial deposit. It is a popular tourist destination and is accessible without any climbing equipment.
Portaledge Camping, Cananda
Hanging precariously in tents off a 4,000ft sheer cliff face, people actually camp in these tents and continue their journey to conquer the mountains. Not just the height, falling objects are also constantly on your mind. Did you say you love hair raising tales?
Base jump into the beach, Greece
Did you say you love adventure sports? Then try this. BASE jumping is an activity where participants jump from fixed objects and use a parachute to break their fall. BASE is an acronym for – Building, Antenna, Span, and Earth (Cliffs).[media-credit name=”RedBull” align=”aligncenter” width=”1500″][/media-credit]