Take Outdoor Adventures To The Extreme

For those that like the rush of adrenaline, there are so many outdoor sports they can participate in without even leaving the country. However, these are not for the faint-hearted, though.

You can fly an aerobatic plane when you are in Vegas. This allows you to control the plane and your pilot will show you maneuvers such as loops, barrel rolls, hammerheads and more. You can then test your skills.

You can go overnight caving in McMinnville. This has more than 32 miles of passageways, and you can camp in these caves and have breakfast in the Volcano room.

You can heli-ski when you are in Anchorage. There are thousands of miles of the terrain, and so you can ski in different regions every single time.

When in Utah, you can bobsled down the Olympic course. A maximum of 3 passengers can board the bobsled and that too with a professional pilot.

You can bike in Tahoe on the single track mountain bike route. This has multiple drops and various sections where there is nothing to be seen other than rocks.

You can BASE jump from the Perrine bridge when you are in Idaho. This has a low altitude, and so you have less time for your parachute to be deployed. Therefore, this is for the extreme sports lovers.

You can climb the Yosemite’s El Capitan. There are various guided trips which you can undertake, and you can also get climbing lessons and also rent equipment.

You can hike through the Chamisa Canyon as well as the Ephedra’s Grotto. It allows you to go rappelling as well.

You can experience zero gravity in a Boeing 727 and feel exactly what you would have felt if you were in outer space in various cities like Vegas, New York, Miami and more.

Things To Do Before You Die

Are you a Thrill Seeker looking out for the latest adventure? There are a number of things which are necessary for you to accomplish and do and to check off your bucket list before you die – especially if you are an extreme enthusiast.

Heli-skiing: This is an extreme sport where you are taken to the mountains in a helicopter, and from there you are unloaded. This is best done in Canada though it can be undertaken in other places too.

Volcano boarding: This is possible in Nicaragua. This consists of going down a volcano that is active at speeds of 90 km/hr., and you can steer and brake using your heels.

Mountain biking downhill: This is very adrenaline packed, and it includes biking down hills using suspension bikes. You can glide over rocks as well as tree roots, and for this, you need to ensure the bike is well designed as your safety depends on it.

Freshwater cave diving: This sport is meant for those that do not want to stop at scuba diving. This is risky as it depends on the water currents, visibility, and so many more factors.

Skydiving: Just the thrill of jumping out of a plane when you are at 10,000 feet is enough to give you the rush of adrenaline.

Bouldering: This is like rock climbing. Only this is harder. Here there is no safety equipment or ropes. This is a huge sport, and it is practiced on varying heights.

Kite surfing: This is paragliding combined with waterboarding, and in this sport, the surfer can move through the waves and propel himself using a power kite. It is like being on a surfboard but without having any kind of foot straps.

Ice climbing: This highly adventurous sport consists of climbing on ice formations like waterfalls and others using ropes and special equipment.