There are some people out there who operate on 100% pure adrenaline. Normal sports and activities aren't enough, so they take it to another level. These thrill seekers throw caution to the wind and take risks just to feel that rush. You've Gotta Watch these daredevils attempt the unthinkable. And like they say, do not try this at home!
Windsurfing on ice? — Windsurfing on water isn't anything new, and some people choose to windsurf on land. But what happens when temperatures drop below zero? Instead of taking up ice fishing, these self-proclaimed "crazy" people modified their own boards to glide across a frozen lake. Their rigs have reached 30 mph, but wait until you hear how fast some others have gone!
Wingsuit stuntman shoots 90-foot gap - Professional stuntman and adrenaline junkie Jeb Corliss has flown through a waterfall in the Swiss Alps, jumped from the top of the Eiffel Tower and was even banned from the Empire State Building for attempting a BASE jump off the observation deck. But his most impressive feat was when he flew through a 100-foot wide hole in China's Tianmen Mountain. You've got to see this daredevil shoot through this extremely narrow cave.
Kayaker hits 189-foot waterfall run - Some whitewater kayakers will barrel down the most extreme rivers just for the rush. And when Class V rapids and 70 foot waterfalls just aren't enough, Tyler Bradt kicks it up a notch. Watch as he drops almost 19 stories down Washington's Palouse Falls in an attempt to break a world record.
Skiers start avalanche, drop down mountain – Last year, two skiers decided it would be a good idea to trigger an avalanche at the top of the French Alps and then make their run. They strapped on a helmet cam so you can see just how crazy it looks to fly down a mountain with a mass of snow barreling down behind them.