In the movie Braveheart, Princess Isabelle said “Death comes to us all.” None of us can avoid death … So why not make the best of the time that we have here on Earth? National Geographic Magazine posted an article of the most extreme adventures to put on your bucket list. The key to their bucket list is to make sure you complete the items alive! Some of them are not for the weak.
Their bucket list includes summiting Everest, surfing in the North Pole, free climbing Yosemite’s El Capitan and exploring Patagonia. Sounds like one hell of a bucket list.
Click here for the full list of National Geographic’s most extreme adventures for you bucket list.
Do you have a bucket list? Are there any extreme adventures you plan to take before you kick the bucket? Post a comment and share them with us.
I pass through over 100 blogs (probably a lot more) ever week… searching for the best content. I love reading the stories and outdoor adventures from people all over the world – it helps you escape from reality when you’re stuck in an office. Every Friday, we bring you some of our favorite blog posts, videos, podcasts, etc of the week.
In today’s Trail Talk we have the type of woman every adventurer would want, we find out how the Toxaway River got its name, a video of some intense skiing in the French and Swiss Alps, a recap from the Rove Canyon River race, a new episode of The Dirtbag Diaries, and a link to the full length documentary on Sir Edmund Hillary’s Everest summit. Enjoy!
Washington Adventures – My Type of Woman
EGCREEKIN – The Way of “Tox”
The Mountain World – Inspiration and Sobering Reality
Roaring Fork Kayakers – Robe Canyon Downriver Race 2010!
The Dirtbag Diaries – Scars
Cold Splinters – The Conquest of Everest
Have you seen something awesome on the outdoors blogosphere? Send us the link or post a comment and share. We love reading about new adventures and happenings.