Extreme Adventures

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Climb the Caucasus & Have A True Adventure

Georgia is built upon the Caucasus Mountains. It’s a well-known fact that white people love mountain climbing. Another well-known fact, white people are Caucasians. Yes sir, Caucasus region is the birthplace of the white folk, but Georgia is esteemed for its hospitality, so everyone’s welcome. Frankly, Georgia is a popular climbing destination for the Europeans. …

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Swim at the Edge of the World’s Largest Waterfall: Devil’s Pool, Victoria Falls

There are those among us, that turned the world’s largest waterfall, also known as Victoria Falls, into a kiddie pool, presumably in their quest for a Darwin Award. Yes, that’s right, you can bath right on the edge of the Victoria Falls in what is called the Devil’s Pool, and generally survive to tell the …

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4-Wheeling the World’s Longest and Most Remote Stock Route

The outback of Australia is a hot, dry, desolate place, full of spiders, scorpions and not ONE Blooming Onion in sight; it’s nothing at all like the steakhouse! But this is the kind of stuff that adventourists live for: The off-chance of being stranded without water or GPS for days, pitted against the elements, wondering …

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Life’s a Game: Playing Encounter/Skhvatka in Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe is best known for its chess-playing bears, Trololo singers, and steadfast supply of movie bad guys between the years of 1960 and 1996. But, Eastern Europe has also been the place of origin to some of the most imaginative games on the planet. Take Russian Roulette for example; a wholesome game of chance …

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Ocean Rowing: What You Need to Know If You’re Planning on Rowing the Atlantic

Given the seafaring history of the Vikings, it should come as no surprise then that two Norwegians would become the first to row across an ocean. In 1896, a New York gazette presented a $10,000 prize to anyone who could row across the Atlantic Ocean. Two fishermen, Franky Samuelsen and George Harbo, accepted the challenge. That same year, …

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Surviving The Spartan Death Race of Pittsfield VT

Thiiiiiiiiiiiiiissssss iiiiiiiiisssssssss Pittsfieeeeeeeeeeeld. Pittsfield, Vermont to be more precise. A rather lovely place, actually. Featuring quaint country inns and lush mountaintops, Pittsfield is an ideal destination to relax and spend some time away from the hustle and bustle of the city. However, once every year this quaint little town becomes the scene of a grueling …

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