Colorado White Water Rafting

3 Activities Adrenaline Junkies Should Try

Colorado White Water RaftingAdrenaline junkies live one of the most exciting lives in this world. They go about in search of the most challenging but rewarding experiences that push their boundaries and make their hearts skip a beat. That’s why new sports and thrilling activities keep popping up all around the world. If you’re one of these adrenaline seekers, here are three activities you should try to extend your limits.

White Water Rafting

White water rafting in Denver is the perfect activity for those who love to have fun in the water and catch the energy of the waves. Here, you’ll go rafting while trying to endure the hit of big rocks and equally big waves. There are different levels of difficulty, so American Adventure Expeditions suggests picking one that matches your mood and skill. Either way, you’ll have the time of your life when you try this extreme sport.


Conquer your fear of heights by jumping off a small chopper or plane when you’re thousands of feet above the ground. Skydiving is one of those activities that many people have on their bucket lists because of the level of difficulty, adrenaline, and fulfillment you’ll get out of it. Some adrenaline junkies do this every year because it’s their favorite source of adrenaline.

‘Road of Death’ Biking

Take your cycling experience to the next level by adding a big amount of adrenaline into it. Go to Yungas Road in Bolivia, which they say is the most dangerous in the world. With extreme curves and ups and downs, this road only had 10 feet of width. That’s why major vehicles are prohibited, but bicycles are allow. That’s why pro bikers flock here for a one-of-a-kind adrenaline-packed experience. Most bikers finish the 44 miles in about 6 hours, so prepare yourself for a tiring but fulfilling ride.

Get that nerve rush you’ve been wanting to have by trying these activities. Tag your friends who love adrenaline as much as you do to have the most fun!

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