“The universe changes when you go kayaking,” the athletes say. From the surface of water, nature along the coast looks different. And you are completely new to perceive the body of water. It excites, and sometimes scares, with its unpredictability. Experienced kayakers warn: either you will love kayaking from the first trip, or, most likely, you will not board the boat anymore. This water sport catches once and for all.
The idea of kayaking on an extreme pumpkin was inspired by pumpkin harvest festivals, which take place everywhere. For Native Americans, this solar product has been nutritional for centuries. Passion for the fetus was inherited by the sailing colonizers. Continue reading
Our need for speed, adrenaline and new experiences takes the wide world of sports to ever more extreme levels. Video about extreme descent on a skateboard and street sleigh began to appear online several years ago, but this is only a small part of the list of extreme sports.
Some thrill seekers feel like jumping out of a helicopter for skiing (heli-skiing) is not extreme enough, and they prefer skiing and flying.
Parasking is a combination of skiing (or snowboarding) and parasailing. The skier wears a parachute, and when he picks up enough speed to make him rise, he rises from the ground and starts to soar. Continue reading