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I have no words to express the miracle I have just saw. This Jeep is define gravity and climbing up a rock cliff.
10 Dec 2018
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Jumping from the highest level in Black Rocks, Maui, Hawaii.
18 Aug 2008
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Join Susannah, Samantha and Jason as they ascend Angel's Landing in Zion National Park for the first time. Located in the heart of Southern Utah's Zion Canyon, an ascent of Angel's Landing is perhaps one of the most coveted hikes in the world. Brought to you by GeoQuest. *******www.geoquesttech****
2 Mar 2010
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The twelve apostles on the Great Ocean Road near Melbourne
17 Jan 2010
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Lindsey and TJ hide from the cannibals "Snaggletooth" and "Big Bad Mama". A scene from the horror movie "Bloodwood" featuring actors Kate Corey, Cori Jenab, Braidon Thorn, and Carolyn Davidson.
6 Apr 2010
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In September 2009, I climbed Zugspitze via the "Klettersteigroute" - up the Höllental (Valley of Hell). Here's part 3 of the adventure, showing some great panoramas, the summit, and our trip down by gondola and train (we ran out of time to hike down safely before dark). Let me know what you think! :D More info in the blog post at *******traveldave****. Thanks to Danny Galixy at galixy**** for the great music!
23 Apr 2010
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Two beautiful rivers converge in Basalt, Colorado: the Roaring Fork River and the Frying Pan. Gold-medal fly-fishing is abundant here. Nearby are elk, bighorn sheep, red-rock cliffs, hiking trails and wilderness.Despite fresh snow, spring is here. Joel and Will tune up bikes for cyclists. Massage therapists at Higher Spa tune up bodies. Lisa plants new flowers in town.Bring your casual attitude to Basalt Colorado!
31 Mar 2008
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Experience real rock climbing and rappelling outdoors on natural rock cliffs with professional AMGA certified guides.
14 Feb 2009
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Valley Monuments, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of cast stone artificial and fake rock products and represents one of the premier design and fabrication groups with a reputation for innovative and bold interior and exterior props, decoratives, signage and themed environments using durable and lightweight fiberglass, urethane, expanded polystyrene (EPS) foams and resins, and other materials. The firm also represents specialists in the design and construction of artificial rock cliffs (wet and dry), waterfalls, creeks and other water features that transform interior and exterior settings into magnificent nature-themed environments for retail stores, entertainment and shopping centers, restaurants, museums, zoos, theme parks, resorts, casinos, corporate offices and campuses, golf courses, and residential developments in North America (minimum $100k budgets) and internationally (minimum $200k budgets). For more info on Valley Monuments, Inc., visit: *******www.RetailDisplaysAndProps**** *******www.ArtificialRocksFactory****
2 Mar 2009
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FRIEND sEAN fIGHTS A FAT pAPIO fROM sHARP rOCK cLIFF aND hAS tO wATCH OUT fOR tHE wAVES oR hE wILL gET sMASHED...wHO wins?
21 Apr 2010
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What/where is the Bay of Fundy? The Bay of Fundy is a 280 km long ocean bay located on the Atlantic (east) coast of North America, on the northeast end of the Gulf of Maine. It sits between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, with a small portion touching the U.S. state of Maine. Bay of Fundy Tides Many people travel to the Bay of Fundy to witness the highest tides in the world. During each 12½ hour tide cycle, a billion tonnes of water flow in and out of this bay – that’s more than the flow of all the world’s freshwater riverscombined – making it one of the best places on earth to gather “green” tidal energy. The diverse Bay of Fundy ecosystem has been compared in marine biodiversity to the Amazon Rainforest. It’s an absolutely essential site for bird, fish and marine mammal migrations, resulting in an abundance of activities for our nature loving visitors. Equally varied is the geological landscape encompassing the coastal areas of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Maine. Bay of Fundy Whale Watching The waters of the Bay of Fundy are visited by over 8 species of whales and an abundance of dolphins, porpoises, fish, seals, and seabirds. The Bay of Fundy provides an important “nursery”, where more than half of the world’s population of endangered North Atlantic Right whale raise their calves. If you plan to see whales and dolphins during your visit it’s important to know that the Bay of Fundy whale watching season runs from June to October inclusive. Seeing these graceful whales and dolphins is truly spectacular and sure to be a highlight of your Bay of Fundy vacation! History & Culture Fundy’s culture and history are widely celebrated at numerous historic sites, museums, and interpretation centres. All this is framed by breathtaking rock cliffs, eroded sandstone statues, dramatic mud flats and awesome marsh plateaus. The Bay of Fundy is known for its serene coastal views and national & provincial parks. Coastal hiking trails take you across dramatic cliffs that rise above Fundy’s waters or you could go sea kayaking for an equally dramatic view. Explore miles of quiet, undisturbed beaches and watch rare birds stopping over on their migratory route to the south. The Bay of Fundy offers an abundance of activity for travellers of any interest.
19 Jan 2012
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