1) Victoria Sinks, Zambia's Devil's Pool
During the dry season, a rock barrier near the falls' edge forms a natural "Armchair." Swimmers will swim near the edge of the falls and take in the stunning view while doing so. It's on the Zambian side of the fence.
It's only open during the summer, from June to September. Until now, no fatalities have been recorded. Do you want to take a fantastic "selfie"? It was named one of the best places to take one by an online publication.
3) Cliff Diving on the Portuguese island of Vila Franca do Campo
Blake Aldridge, the cliff diver in the picture, is diving 29 meters from a rock in Portugal in 2012.
On the platform, you go through hell,' says Blake Aldridge. ‘After that, you take off and experience this incredible relaxing feeling that makes you feel like you're floating.' When you hit the sea, you go through hell again, then you're numb, then you come up and it's absolute elation.' This is how Red Bull cliff diver Aldridge explains the sensation of jumping from a 28-meter platform.
4) Toronto, Canada's CN Tower's Edgewalk
Walking on the edge of one of the world's tallest towers is a thrilling experience for thrill seekers. It's one of the most intense attractions for those who want to test their personal boundaries.
5) Cliffs of Moher bike riding
Bike riding at this altitude and on such an edgy steep cliff appears to be very dangerous and requires a great deal of courage. It's as terrifying as it appears in the picture. The key here is to maintain a sense of equilibrium.
6) Las Vegas, Insanity
Gravity-defying spin on its foot. Imagine what happens next.
Maximum Ride Distance: 68 feet between the passenger and the tower's swinging arm foundation.
Take a flight Height from observation deck: 40 feet, or 906 feet above Las Vegas.
7) Chicago's Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower) Sky Deck
The Sky Deck, which is situated on the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower and is 1,353 feet above the ground, allows visitors to stand on the glass ledge. What if you were suspended in mid-air? I can imagine and hear my heart racing and the frightening sight of Chicago beneath my thighs.
8) Mount Nimbus, Canada (sky walking)
Some refer to it as heli-hiking since the only way to get there is by helicopter. It's tethered to steel rope across a long suspension bridge, clipped onto iron rungs high above the ground. Two lines are attached to a belt around the waist and legs of the climbers.
Yosemite National Park's Portaledge Camping
For adrenaline lovers, this is both breathtaking and terrifying at the same time. I can't imagine being as calm as the lady while still looking down like the guy in the picture. I'm curious as to how the portaledge bedding device manages to bear so much weight. The most terrifying on the list!
10) Baos Ecuador, swing at the edge of the earth
The swing is suspended from the seismic monitoring station Casa Del Arbol treehouse. Long, steep drop beneath you, and the view beneath you can cause your head to spin. However, the intense adrenaline rush is well worth it!
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