North America

Iceland on Horseback

A popular mode of transportation in Iceland is the Super Jeep, a massive vehicle set high off the ground, in order to clear mammoth rocks lodged in the decades-old volcanic landscape. What if you needed to cross rivers and travel across miles of frozen, slippery terrain, along a path too small for a Super Jeep? […]

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Indoor Skydiving

I finally got around to using an adventure gift card my mother gave me for Christmas. In 2010. The choices were narrowed down to stand up paddle boarding and indoor skydiving. While I truly look forward to my first paddle board lesson, I couldn’t have been happier with my choice of adventure. At $55 for […]

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Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series

Going from 0-60 miles per hour in a matter of seconds; this is how high performance sports cars are measured. In the world of cliff diving, this is the acceleration that divers experience as they make their leaps. The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series is an elite sporting event that takes place in various […]

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Malibu Creek State Park

For a city overrun with celebrities, it’s nice to know you can get away from it all when in Los Angeles. A friend suggested I check out Malibu Creek State Park, and I only wished I had left more than just a morning to explore. Located just 25 miles outside of downtown Los Angeles, Malibu […]

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Barr Camp Interview

Half way up Pikes Peak in Colorado is a friendly rest stop called Barr Camp. Since 1979, Caretakers have stayed at Barr Camp, welcoming visitors and making sure all are hiking safely. Reservations can be made in advance for those wanting to stay the night. Not a bad idea during a 24-mile round trip hike […]

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