There is a lot of video like this on the web but usually, they occur in other countries. It follows the same routine, a couple of bored teenagers with no fear of dying or heights scale huge structures for incredible video footage. Although it's nothing new, it doesn't make this video any less crazy or spectacular.
What happens when your latest movie bombs... you star in a Columbia commercial with your brother. All jokes aside this is actually a pretty funny spot, with both Efron brothers interviewing with Chairwoman Gert Boyle for testing jobs at Columbia Sports. Zac's brother Dylan is a pretty successful athlete himself, qualifying for the Boston Marathon and competing in Iron Mans. This isn't the first time Zac has taken to the outdoors. He starred alongside Bear Grylls on an episode of Running
Two hikers, Brian McKinney and Sam Vonderheide, experienced a slight roadblock on one of the first days of their twelve-day hike to the top of California’s Mt. Whitney. They were within the last few miles of their campsite when Vonderheide saw a tail from around a corner on the trail. Assuming it was a bobcat or lynx, McKinney turned on his camera to capture the animal they were about to walk by. When they rounded the corner, they ended up staring right into the face of a fully grown mountain
Deep in the Sierra Nevada, there lies a 150 ft water slide that falls over smooth rocks into a giant natural pool. The waterfall only fully forms for about three weeks a year in August, and it looks like Mother Nature’s more epic version of a slip n’ slide. So naturally, people have taken to riding it in any possible form - with tubes, body surfing it, with beer in hand, and on giant inflatable pool toys in all shapes and sizes, including bright yellow ducks. If you happen to be around during