If you read our book or blog you already know that people do some daring things everyday just for the thrills. Except these featured adventure seekers like to literally take it a step higher with their high-altitude feats.
From our best-seller book, Dare To Look!
Skiing On a Glacier!
Mark Sollors teeters on top of a giant natural quarterpipe on the side of glacier with a 40-foot drop to greet him if he doesn’t land correctly! The glacier is so remote that he was transported by helicopter!
On The Edge
Steve Fisher, Dale Jardine, and Sam Drevo paddled to the edge of Victoria Falls—the tallest and biggest waterfall in the world.
They’re looking down 350 feet in this picture!
No only is the destination dangerous but the journey is as well. The river running between Zambia and Zimbabwe is filled with Hippos known to be extremely aggressive to humans and often considered the most dangerous animal in Africa!
Flipping Off the Mountain
Julian Carr does his trademark flip off a 60-foot cliff in Utah’s Alta Ski Resort!
Concert in The Clouds
21,825 feet or 6,654 meters or 4.2 miles.
That’s how high up Musician Oz Bayldon played on the top of Mera Peak in the Himalayas. The band trekked up the mountain with three guitars, an iPad, and a speaker.
Once at the top, they played a 40 minutes set for 14 people including mountaineers!
A 600-Foot Plunge!
Tomas Bergemalm spent months planning this 600-foot (183 meter) plunge down a French Mountain. He claims this will be his last, as he’s planning to retire to a less adventurous lifestyle.
DO YOU DARE TO LOOK?
Read and see more about other extraordinary stories, crazy photos and unbelievable facts in our weirdest and best selling annual yet! Dare To Look!