Are you a thrill seeker? Virtually everyone knows what it’s like to feel really scared: A pounding heartbeat, faster breathing and always the butterflies in the stomach. But whether that fright is caused by watching a nail-biting horror movie, listening to a spine-chilling story, or prowling through a dark-as-night haunted house on Halloween, some people actually thrive on the feeling of being frightened. Thrill seekers always seem to do everything out of the norm, basically because its boder-lined crazy. But for those moments where you’re dangling in the sky, skiing down a mountain or diving off a cliff it’s all worth it.
British climber John Roberts in South Africa
Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series in Portugal
Extreme skiing at Grand Targhee, Wyoming
Driving down a sand dune in Lucky Bay, Australia
Ft. Tryon park.
Stratosphere Tower in Las Vegas
A defying act by Eskil Rønningsbakken in Norway.
Alex Honnold at Yosemite.
Sitting on the Trolltunga rock in Norway
Extreme kayaking at Victoria Falls
Jumping on the Trolltunga rock in Norway
Tree camping in Germany
Skywalking in the Alps
Ice climbing a frozen waterfall
Hanging out at the Sky Walk in Macau
Tightrope walking, USA
Portaledge camping at Yosemite
On the Edgewalk in Toronto