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.
The Thuli Bheri is a remote river in the North Western part of Nepal. It's here that we find young adventurer who gets himself in a crazy situation. While running a rapid he flips, almost losing his boat, paddle, supplies, essentially his lifeline to the outside world. He has the following to say about the ordeal: *Please don't think that soloing rivers is a good or sensible idea. It is not. This was my own choice and not one I would actively encourage. I did it because it was something I
Wingsuit flying made its way into the niche "do you have a deathwish" category of action sports as an offshoot from the already incredibly dangerous base-jumping. If your not familiar, wingsuits are a special kind of jumpsuit with ram-air-inflated between the arms and legs that enable humans to fly their bodies like weightless gliders. The clear advantage of the wingsuit technology to skydivers is that it allows them to fly not just straight downwards, but forwards and allows for a longer
We are fully embracing and love drones here at TGR. They can be found on every single one of our trips and have become a key tool in our arsenal. The technology is rapidly advancing as showcased in this video of the first person using a drone to skydive. It's videos like these that show companies like Amazon might not be too far from drone home deliveries.