Meet a climber who scales mountains untouched by humans
Mountain climber Mark Synnott discusses exploring uncharted peaks.
Greener sport: Tricking
Tricking is the ultimate green sport — all you need is your body and a place to run, jump, and spin.
Some adrenaline hounds aren’t content just to climb the sheer sides of cliffs. They like to camp on them, too … and we don’t mean just pitching a tent at the edge. Rather, these intrepid cliff dwellers enjoy affixing tents or sleeping platforms over the sheer sides of cliffs.
Extreme sports run the gamut when you consider environmental impact, but some are pretty green, often requiring nothing more than the shoes on your feet or the wife on your back.
If you’re going to risk life and limb in pursuit of a good adrenaline rush, here’s how to do it without wrecking the environment. 7 ultra-green extreme sports
Come on in! The water’s fine … and icy.
Would you go snow kayaking? What about ice diving? These 12 extreme winter sports are sure to keep the adrenaline pumping all season long.