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Extreme activities

Posted by on May 6, 2016 – 06:38 am

Extreme activities

If extreme sports aren’t enough to get your heart pumping, the dent they can put in your wallet should do the trick. A host of underlying costs come with seeking an adrenaline rush, including for equipment, memberships, certification courses and — possibly — higher life insurance rates. To get a picture of how expensive each extreme sport can be, NerdWallet asked experts about some of the common costs associated with these activities. We found, for example, that the casual scuba diver might spend around a thousand dollars for gear and training…

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Highest bungee jump North America

Posted by on May 6, 2016 – 12:03 am

Highest bungee jump North America

And another item checked off my Bucket List! Under my 5′ 2” of femininity lies a desire of transcendence and necessity of an adrenaline rush, which at first glance seems rather surprising. Feeling the butterflies in my stomach, my legs getting numb and my heart beating at a hundred miles an hour, it makes my day! So no wonder that when the opportunity to bungee jump came up, I did not hesitate for two seconds and said ‘‘YES I DO’’ (I think I wouldn’t even scream it at my wedding)! But wait a sec, I didn’t jump in an ordinary setting? I went to the…

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New Zealand Adventure activities

Posted by on April 27, 2016 – 05:23 am

New Zealand Adventure activities

This post is part of my participation in Blog4NZ, an effort by the travel blogging community to promote tourism to New Zealand after the Christchurch earthquakes. Many people are postponing their travel or are afraid to plan trips to NZ after the earthquakes, even though most of New Zealand was unaffected. And even affected places like Christchurch could still use the help of outsiders. Tourism is a big industry for New Zealand, and while the country is suffering enough from this natural disaster, we should not make their economy suffer more by…

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Bungee jumping Biella Ponte Colossus

Posted by on April 26, 2016 – 05:46 pm

Bungee jumping Biella Ponte Colossus

Our OUTDOOR Bungee Center is located halfway between Torino and Milano. It is an 8 tiered bridge, nicknamed Colossus for its immense size. At the Center all year long you can try one of the highest World bridge jump: 152 meters high (499 ft.)! Since the opening day in 1995, is a Bungee-Cult site, where every year more than 2 people coming from anywhere meet the gravity power; most of them are common people and many of them come back to taste the 2nd jump feeling. In 2003 even the BBC Television chose this Bungee center for its scientific TV program…

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Zimbabwe bungee jumping accident

Posted by on April 23, 2016 – 02:08 am

Zimbabwe bungee jumping accident

We voluntarily suspended bungee jumping for two days (from Wednesday) to allow an audit of the accident that happened after a cord snapped, Shearwater Adventures spokesman Clement Mukwasi said. This was to allow the auditors, management and crew the opportunity to analyse the causes of the broken cord and review the new system and procedures without distractions. Jumps could resume from the weekend, he added. On New Year s Eve, 22-year-old Australian Erin Langworthy jumped from the Victoria Falls bridge and fell headfirst into the Zambezi River…

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Bungee jumping in Interlaken

Posted by on April 20, 2016 – 07:31 pm

Bungee jumping in Interlaken

WALKERSVILLE - Hours after Matthew E. Coleman called home Saturday from a 10-day vacation in Switzerland to wish his mother a happy Mother s Day, Swiss authorities called to tell the family he had died during a bungee-jumping outing that his mother had discouraged. The 21-year-old was killed when he slammed into the ground after he was tied to an elastic rope that was too long, officials said yesterday. The jump was organized by Interlaken-based Adventure World, the company that ran a canyoning expedition in central Switzerland last summer during…

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Tandem bungee jump no harness

Posted by on April 19, 2016 – 07:49 pm

Tandem bungee jump no harness

Rigging: The harnesses are attached to four heavy-duty skin piercings They then leap off the platform and record the look of sheer pain etched on their faces when the chute tugs at their skin, using a camera attached to a pole. The Moscow-based team was founded by Stanislav Aksenov and his wife Elena in 2008, and have been developing their extreme stunts ever since. The act of hanging oneself by body piercings, known as suspension, has been bizzarely growing in popularity since the 70s and 80s. The piercings are normally temporary and are traditionally…

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Bungee jumping Six Flags New Jersey

Posted by on April 18, 2016 – 10:18 pm

Bungee jumping Six Flags New Jersey

We want to help you build up your summertime bucket list full of adventure. This is your summer to break a world record, overcome a fear, and try something new. Here are some of the most amazing dreams and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities you can achieve at Six Flags Great Adventure. 1. Try out El Diablo. You can be one of the first to check El Diablo off your list. This looping coasters offers a new experience unlike any other at the park. You’ll soar around and around the seven story loop, stopping upside-down for ultimate airtime and then reversing…

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