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Mountain Biking on a Glacier Mountain Biking on a Glacier
Glaciers, crevasses and...The Making of unReal takes us to an unlikely destination... The Pemberton Ice Cap in B.C.'s backcountry. Cam McCaul, James Doerfling, and Graham Agassiz put their bike handling skills to the test as they battle the elements in an unfamiliar territory.
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Kayaking Newfoundland - Part 1 Kayaking Newfoundland - Part 1
Quaint villages, dramatic coastlines and heart stopping encounters with whales by sea kayak–just a taste of what Newfoundland and Labrador has to offer.
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Apres All Sports!!! Apres All Sports!!!
Whether doing your best Parkour, jumping out of planes, skiing the backwoods or surfing in a blizzard. We all need this to come back to. Enjoy!!
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'Juno': A Short Surfing Film by Montauk's James Katsipis 'Juno': A Short Surfing Film by Montauk's James Katsipis
Montauk native James Katsipis is a photographer, videographer, and surfer. His company, Tauk is Cheap Productions, made the extremely cool (in every sense—brrr) video, "Juno," of surfers taking advantage of the big waves during the recent blizzard. BUT DO NOT Miss his other Production "Winter Solace"
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 Benjamin Sanchis & Marc Lacomare // Dirty Wax And Borrowed Boards Benjamin Sanchis & Marc Lacomare // Dirty Wax And Borrowed Boards
Every good surf trip typically faces some form of adversity. Take, for example, this trip that Benjamin Sanchis and Marc Lacomare took to Africa. They flew straight into a perfect combination of swell and weather, aaaand their boards decided not to show up.
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 The North Face: Mica to Greenland The North Face: Mica to Greenland
Inspired by one small, pixelated photo of an unknown peak in Greenland, Lucas Debari made it his mission to plan the perfect expedition to this unidentified glacier. Mica to Greenland follows Lucas and Johnny Collinson as they prepare for the trip of a lifetime shredding powder in the backcountry of Mica, British Columbia, before joining Hilaree O'Neill and Ralph Backstrom in pursuit of Greenland's most epic peaks.
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GoPro: Palau - Searching for Heroes GoPro: Palau - Searching for Heroes
Passion meets technology in the search for downed aircraft in the South Pacific. The BentProp Project is a group of volunteers who search for and help repatriate missing World War II Airmen. Their searches were long and arduous until they enlisted the scientific know-how of Scripps Institution of Oceanography-UCSD and The University of Delaware. What they find is truly inspiring.
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Families Living the Dream on a Sailboat Families Living the Dream on a Sailboat
A documentary about people living a different life, featuring me and my family and our yacht Sing In The Wind.
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From Australia to Panama......and beyond From Australia to Panama......and beyond
From Australia to Panama......and beyond
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On A Budget?  These Yoga Retreats are for you On A Budget? These Yoga Retreats are for you
There are many yoga packages that offer you affordable yoga retreats. You may stay in yoga ashrams, tent, or share room with another student or traveler. You may also choose to go on a voluntary work and pay lower price for your yoga retreats. Nevertheless, you will still enjoy the best of yoga and a holiday.
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2014 World's Best Diving & Resorts: Scuba Club Cozumel 2014 World's Best Diving & Resorts: Scuba Club Cozumel
News by Daniel Summers
Dive Sites: Columbia Pinnacles, Columbia Gardens, Palancar Gardens, Dalila, La Francesa Reef
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Why Munich's city centre is a hot spot for surfers Why Munich's city centre is a hot spot for surfers
News by SSN Staff
A unique surfers haven location nestled in Munich, the Eisbach River is like no other. Downstream to the the lower tip of the cities expansive green space Englischer Garden, the river hosts an inner city wave that's open all hours.
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Paddling with Sharks in Tropical Mo'orea Tahiti Paddling with Sharks in Tropical Mo'orea Tahiti
Whether you are an experienced paddleboarder or just wanting to learn.... the calm, clear waters of Moorea will knock you off your feet. You'll glide through an area of the lagoon that is inaccessible by boat while discovering sharks, stingrays and schools of multicolored fish. Watch this spectacular Video and read on to learn more.
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Best of the Best Exotic Scuba Diving Best of the Best Exotic Scuba Diving
Scuba diving is now the most popular recreational water sports in the world as shown by the increasing numbers of enthusiasts, scuba diving sites, and companies selling scuba diving equipment. With that said, scuba divers have different criteria when choosing for the best site, so here are the 25 best places to go scuba diving and see why they are so fascinating.
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 Kayaking Around California's Channel Islands Kayaking Around California's Channel Islands
Sail to the islands and enjoy kayaking along spectacular coastal cliffs, giant sea caves, and abundant tidal pools in this adventure off the southern California coast
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Seeking the Perfect Wave in Bali Seeking the Perfect Wave in Bali
Three decades ago Bali was thrust onto the main stage of tropical island destination travel by surfers seeking the year round “perfect wave”.
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Swimming With Bulls: Shark Diving In Fiji Swimming With Bulls: Shark Diving In Fiji
News by Matthew Karsten
Scuba diving with sharks off Beqa Island in Fiji. We saw bulls, black tips, nurse sharks, and grey reef sharks. With Beqa Adventure Divers
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Free Dive Spear Fishing in Hawaii Free Dive Spear Fishing in Hawaii
Harbor House Life presents Edmund Jin, Kimi Werner as they explore the Big Island of Hawaii. After some fail attempts, Edmund and Kimi find a great spot, where Edmund dives 90 feet deep and catches a nice Ahi Tuna.
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Dream Sailing in Scotland Dream Sailing in Scotland
News by Gwyn Topham
When you dream of sailing, make Scotland part of that dream. A coastline of lochs, mountains, islands and beaches are joined by a clear and uncrowded sea. Waters that offer both sheltered sailing and challenging adventures, according to the yachtsman's mood and experience.
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Albania - the hidden paradise of Eastern Europe Albania - the hidden paradise of Eastern Europe
News by Paddler Palm
Sandra Sebelin and a team of German and Austrian paddlers went on a whitewater trip to Albania, a country hardly known for its kayaking.
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Siverado Golf Resort Siverado Golf Resort
Located in Napa, California near more than 400 wineries, the pastoral like Silverado Resort has two 18-hole championship golf courses. The North Course is site of the PGA TOUR's Frys.com Open. Golf icon and NBC broadcaster Johnny Miller is part of the ownership team and he's had great input in the enhancement program at the golf courses.
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Surfing a Forbidden Peninsula in Russia Surfing a Forbidden Peninsula in Russia
A new surfing documentary where surfer writer Ben Weiland and photographer Chris Burkard traveled with friends to Russia's forbidden peninsula, Kamchatka.
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Quebec First Impressions Quebec First Impressions
News by Adam Frey
Well it's been about a month I've lived in Shannon, a small town just outside Quebec City now, and after running out of food, clean clothes and having the garbage pile up enough I figure it's time to take a day off paddling to take care of some things and do some writing.
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Hot Spot for Windsurfing - jericoacoara, Brazil Hot Spot for Windsurfing - jericoacoara, Brazil
This exotic little town located in the northeast of Brazil is the hot-spot in the global windsurfing scene
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Kayaking the Cheoah River  - North Carolina Kayaking the Cheoah River - North Carolina
Located near the remote western edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Cheoah River is one of the most challenging and physically-demanding whitewater rivers in the world. Unique in its features, white water rafting the Cheoah is the perfect challenge for our most adventurous guests.
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Costa Rica for the Eco-Traveler Costa Rica for the Eco-Traveler
Costa Rica should be primed on the radars of every eco-savvy traveler hoping their next trip will include days spent soaring through treetops à la Tarzan and nights spent ogling rare rainforest species.
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Fantastic Cycling Routes Fantastic Cycling Routes
Here's a selection of fantastic rides from around the world that take anything from a day to several months to complete.
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Gran Canaria, the best kept windsurfing secret Gran Canaria, the best kept windsurfing secret
With 7,000km of sparkling coastline, Spain is one of the world’s top beach destinations. But it’s not always about slathering on some sunscreen and working on your tan as you sip your sangria. It’s also about getting up and moving around.
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Kayak Georgian Bay Islands National Park, Ontario Canada Kayak Georgian Bay Islands National Park, Ontario Canada
The more than 60 islands and islets in Georgian Bay Islands National Park occupy a corner of Lake Huron north of Toronto. Reached only by boat, with no commercial development, the islands comprise a paddling paradise for canoeists and kayakers.
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Awesome Glacier Hiking in Alaska Awesome Glacier Hiking in Alaska
Fly into Juneau, Alaska and desend into the beauty of Mendenhall Glacier.
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Kuzi Project and everything that can go wrong Kuzi Project and everything that can go wrong
What was meant to be a 6 week, 500-mile and 50+ island cruise through paradise, turned in to an epic that taught these two old friends the true meaning of ‘adventure.’
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Surfing Perfection - Samoa Surfing Perfection - Samoa
Samoa is often called the 'Heart of Polynesia' ... whether you want to kick back and relax, take the kids on holiday, or surf to until your hearts content, Samoa may be the place for you...!!
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Cape Town is a sports lover's paradise Cape Town is a sports lover's paradise
News by SSN Staff
Cape Town is a sports lover's paradise. The area's exquisite natural terrain and a strong industry makes it the go-to place for top annual events. Cycling, mountain biking, surfing, kite surfing and running are on the sporting calendar's list of highlights. Plus a few you have not heard of.
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A Spectacular Golfing Destination - Iceland A Spectacular Golfing Destination - Iceland
Playing golf in Iceland is an adventure you'll remember for a lifetime. Do you think playing golf at midnight surrounded by lava fields sound too strange to be true? Not in Iceland!
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10 Charming and True Fishing Towns 10 Charming and True Fishing Towns
News by SSN Staff
These 10 authentic fishing villages in the U.S. and Canada are little gems where the local economy still depends on catching fish and hauling in seafood.
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Paddle, Kayak, Hike - St Bathans New Zealand has it all Paddle, Kayak, Hike - St Bathans New Zealand has it all
Travel outside of New Zealand and you might not find many folks who have heard of St. Bathans or its stunning Blue Lake. The Southern Hemisphere’s deepest man-made mining hole formed the gold-sluicing days of the late 1800s and was filled with water in the 1930s.
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 Climbing China's Incredible Cliffs Climbing China's Incredible Cliffs
News by Cedar Wright
I’m teetering on a precarious stack of limestone “Jenga” blocks on a huge spire in Enshi Grand Canyon in southern China. None of the rock I’m ascending is attached to the wall. One bad move could send the whole pile of rubble to the deck—and me along with it
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Kayaking The Waterfalls in Mexico Kayaking The Waterfalls in Mexico
Six pro kayakers strut their stuff in a short film, which takes place in the rainforests of southern Mexico. Plus information on Falls in Mexico for every Kayaker
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Kayaking Lake Superior Kayaking Lake Superior
Highlighting the Apostle Islands which is an archipelago of 22 islands located in Lake Superior off the Bayfield Peninsula. Twenty-one of these islands, and a 12-mile segment along the shore of Wisconsin’s north coast, is known as the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
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10 Questions: Cycling In Indonesia 10 Questions: Cycling In Indonesia
Chris & Liz cycled across Indonesia in 2014, as part of their bicycle tour from New Zealand home to the UK.
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Visit Coolangatta, Australia for some epic Breaks Visit Coolangatta, Australia for some epic Breaks
Five thousand. That's the population of Coolangatta, Australia. Yet someway, somehow, this tiny town has produced more surfing world champions than anywhere else in the world.
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  Boat, Beaches, & Bears: 5 Months Sailing in the Last Frontier Boat, Beaches, & Bears: 5 Months Sailing in the Last Frontier
News by Alaskagraphy Blog
We filmed our sailing adventures in Southcentral Alaska aboard our 1979 Cal 34 sailboat. Here is a collection of our favorite moments. You'll see wildlife, beautiful scenery, adventure, hunting, and fishing.
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Macaronis Resort - The Premiere Family Surf Resort in the Mentawai Islands, Indonesia Macaronis Resort - The Premiere Family Surf Resort in the Mentawai Islands, Indonesia
Aepic week of all time Mentawai Islands surf here at Macaronis Resort in the Southern Mentawai Islands, Indonesia.
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Dragon Boat racing in Hong Kong Dragon Boat racing in Hong Kong
In Hong Kong, an ancient Chinese festival has become one of the world’s greatest parties – the Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival. And every year, boats, beers and cheers draw hundreds of thousands of revellers and spectators to stunning Victoria Harbour.
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Waimea Bay: Extreme Activities on the Oahu North Shore! Waimea Bay: Extreme Activities on the Oahu North Shore!
With its broad, white sandy shore and crystal-clear aquamarine water, Waimea Bay Hawaii is easily one of the most idyllic beaches on earth! Ever since the first westerners landed on Oahu at Waimea in 1779, the unique beauty of this legendary Hawaii attraction never ceases to amaze.
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Paddling with Sharks in Tropical Mo'orea Tahiti Paddling with Sharks in Tropical Mo'orea Tahiti
Whether you are an experienced paddleboarder or just wanting to learn.... the calm, clear waters of Moorea will knock you off your feet. You'll glide through an area of the lagoon that is inaccessible by boat while discovering sharks, stingrays and schools of multicolored fish. Watch this spectacular Video and read on to learn more.
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 TAHITI - Gnarly Bodyboard sessions and Q & A Reece Wartenberg TAHITI - Gnarly Bodyboard sessions and Q & A Reece Wartenberg
Watch these Gnarly Bodyboard sessions in Tahiti
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Aerial Tour Iceland - The Great Geysir and Strokkur Geysers Aerial Tour Iceland - The Great Geysir and Strokkur Geysers
News by DrakeParagon's The Real Cruising Life
Over the past year we have amassed hundreds of hours of footage of our sailing voyage from North Carolina to the Faroe Islands via Canada, Greenland and Iceland. We are working extremely hard to edit that footage into episodes and look forward to sharing this incredible adventure with you!
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Cycling Abroad and Packing your Bike Cycling Abroad and Packing your Bike
News by Friedel Rother
How can you climb the French Alps, wander through Roman ruins in Turkey, cross the United States, or explore the Australian outback on a shoestring budget that would make even the most frugal backpacker blush? The answer is surprisingly simple—with a bicycle.
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Windsurfing and exploring Kenya Windsurfing and exploring Kenya
News by SSN
Kenya might be best known for its safari scene, but it has a pretty stunning coastline too. Many of its ever-improving beach resorts are well-placed to catch some strong winds. Thrown into the mix, you’ll get white sand, warm seas and a heavy dose of African culture. Enjoy the water and the welcome on your Kenya windsurfing trip.
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Awesome Mountain Biking in Nepal Awesome Mountain Biking in Nepal
News by Joris Laperre
With 8 of the world's 10 highest peaks within its borders, mountains simply don't come bigger than they do in Nepal. Sacred Rides runs a trip "Treasures of the Himalaya" - it combines a few days riding in the Kathmandu valley with sightseeing and five days in the Mustang valley.
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Surfing Nambia's Epic Waves Surfing Nambia's Epic Waves
Epic surf videos from Namibi that make many rippers search for some of the long lefts. Get all the info you need to get there
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 What SUP: Surfing Panama's Heaviest Wave What SUP: Surfing Panama's Heaviest Wave
Panama's heaviest surf spot is surfed for the first time by SUP - Get the inside on all of Panama's Surf Spots
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Course Report: PGA of Sweden National Course Report: PGA of Sweden National
Here we explore the young but exceptional PGA of Sweden National golf course
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Hot Tips to Surf San Diego Hot Tips to Surf San Diego
Even when surfers aren't out surfing, they're usually thinking about surf. This obsession has influenced the entire San Diego beach culture and even residents who don't surf, embrace its important role in shaping our local identity.
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SUP  Europe Style SUP Europe Style
News by Lina: Canadian SUP athlete and adventurer
Follow Lina and Friends as the Paddle and explore Europe
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City Surfing in Munich City Surfing in Munich
A unique surfers haven location nestled in Munich, the Eisbach River is like no other. Downstream to the the lower tip of the cities expansive green space Englischer Garden, the river hosts an inner city wave that's open all hours.
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Golf Resort Review - Omni Rancho Las Palmas, California Golf Resort Review - Omni Rancho Las Palmas, California
News by Jagan P.
What can I say. This is the best weekend getaway we have experienced in quite some time now. My wife loved it, I played endless golf and we are already planning the next trip here. Big thanks to the management, staff, bell staff, golf cart rider, the spa therapists and everyone that made our stay memorable and enjoyable.
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The Nordic Experience in Scandinavia The Nordic Experience in Scandinavia
News by Kyle Miller
Kyle Miller has been tearing a skintrack swath through the Nordic lands, dealing with rough weather, costly provisions and unpredictable plans, but he has experienced some of the natural splendor of a region shrouded in myth, geography, and history. In his last installment of the Nordic splitboarding trilogy, our favorite professional vagabond breaks down the experience of the Lyngen Alps
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Kayaking Russia in the Summer Kayaking Russia in the Summer
News by Blogger Pete
I think everyone should visit Russia once. Just leave your preconceptions behind; it's nothing like what Western media shows.
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Best Diving on Tanzania Best Diving on Tanzania
Offshore from Tanzania's coast and islands are some first-class sites for snorkelling and diving
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Outdoor Activities to Enjoy in Brazil when not watching the World Cup Outdoor Activities to Enjoy in Brazil when not watching the World Cup
Read on for all the other outdoor activities you can enjoy between Soccer Games
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Ultimate Advice on Golf and Travel Ultimate Advice on Golf and Travel
News by Guest Blogger Golf Guru
This blog has done all the research for your next Golfing adventure with every link imaginable.
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Our Honduras Eco-Adventure Our Honduras Eco-Adventure
As our plane bounced and shifted left to right, I closed my eyes, crossed my fingers and my kids laughed, as they always do when we fly. They love to be in the air, I love to be on the ground. So while clutching the arm rests, as I always do, I wonder........
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Surf and Yoga Retreat Morocco Surf and Yoga Retreat Morocco
You missed it this year but get planning for next year...Read more to see why!
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Latest Update From More Hands On deck - 2 Firefighters about to Sail the World Latest Update From More Hands On deck - 2 Firefighters about to Sail the World
"In this episode, we evaluate what it will take to fix our boat that has been neglected for years and get it sail ready in less than 2 months. We realized that if you decide on a deadline you should probably double it when it comes to boat work, especially because time runs a little slower down here in Mexico."
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Surfing Chicamera Peru with the friendiest locals Surfing Chicamera Peru with the friendiest locals
Everyone’s surfed with enough unsavory characters to know the value of some positive lineup mates. Apparently, Chicameros – locals at Peru’s famed wave of Chicama – could be the world’s friendliest.
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SSN Takes a look at the World's Best Cliff Diving Locations SSN Takes a look at the World's Best Cliff Diving Locations
Cliff diving may seem like a simple sport—the kind of activity anyone can do. After all, you'll find most jump spots at laid-back beaches or carefree lakes. WRONG!!!
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Europe's Best Crags Europe's Best Crags
Find where to go and watch this Beautiful Video that will Make You Drop Everything and Go Climbing
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Exotic Fishing Locations from all over the world Exotic Fishing Locations from all over the world
From Australia to Panama......and beyond
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INCREDIBLE KAYAKING IN COLOMBIA INCREDIBLE KAYAKING IN COLOMBIA
News by Mark Hentze
When we first came to Colombia, we quickly realized the countries unlimited potential for whitewater! From little streams to huge rivers, in the desert or in the jungle, the variety is unequaled!
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Kickass Surfing and SUP Adventure in the Amazon Kickass Surfing and SUP Adventure in the Amazon
Pororoca: Surfing the Amazon’s infinite wave!
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Your Next Hiking and Climbing Adventure - Juneau Ice Caves Your Next Hiking and Climbing Adventure - Juneau Ice Caves
Fly into Juneau, Alaska and desend into the beauty of Mendenhall Glacier.
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Big Wave Skimboarding Mexico Big Wave Skimboarding Mexico
During the boys second week in Mexico a big swell hits and they meet up with one of the world's best skimboarders -- Brad Domkey. Watch as they ride other donkeys too!
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Surfing New Zealand Surfing New Zealand
With an astonishing 15,000 kilometres of coastline featuring a variety of breaks, waves, points and reefs, it’s no wonder New Zealand is a world-class surfing destination. Plus New Surf Film From New Zealand
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Panama Big Game Fishing Club Panama Big Game Fishing Club
Experience the huge variety of sport fish available in one of the big fish capitals of the world.
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South Africa should Be on Every MTBer's Bucket List South Africa should Be on Every MTBer's Bucket List
In the final episode of 'Racing The Untamed' we conclude this year's Absa Cape Epic experience with the beleaguered but unbroken German Bulls team.
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The Land Of - Chapter Two The Land Of - Chapter Two
The Land Of is an entirely independent production that follows a group of surfers on a journey through Thailand as they gain new perspectives on travel that extend far beyond simply riding waves.
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Diving in Palau Diving in Palau
This Micronesian island is home to five marine lakes that contain Mastigias papua, the golden jellyfish. It's thought that these jellyfish have lost their ability to sting, but they do – it's just rarely strongly enough to be felt by humans
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 This Is one of the most Amazing Waves in the World - Chicama, Peru This Is one of the most Amazing Waves in the World - Chicama, Peru
Chicama, located in Puerto Malabrigo in the central coast of Peru, is known to be the longest surfeable wave on Earth.
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CORONA EXTRA PRESENTS SOMEPLACE ELSE CORONA EXTRA PRESENTS SOMEPLACE ELSE
Someplace Else is a collective of free wheelin' fun lovin' and talented individuals - surfers Ozzie Wright and Dylan Graves, musician Hanni El Khatib, skateboarder Andrew Brophy and artists Jeff Canham and Rose Ashton -- pulled together by Corona Extra for a bus trip down the forgotten back roads of the Mexican coast.
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6 Top Tennis Resorts 6 Top Tennis Resorts
Getting away can be difficult in these challenging economic times, and it’s more important than ever to choose your vacation destination wisely. There’s certainly no shortage of options with resorts continuing to sprout up around the world, but we narrowed it down to our top 6.
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Sailing the Exumas Sailing the Exumas
News by Ann and Tony Lofthouse
A couple who decided that life is really too short and thought "we'd better do this now whilst we're still fit and healthy".
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8 Best Surf Towns 8 Best Surf Towns
Surf’s up, America! The season for breaking out your waxed boards is upon us. Surfing, an iconic American pastime, boasts a like-minded community in coastal towns across the country. Thanks to the fact surfing can’t be enjoyed just anywhere (it all depends on dynamic surf spots), certain towns are known better than others for fostering the lifestyle
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Best Mexican Golf Courses Best Mexican Golf Courses
Mexico is the number two worldwide golf destination for U.S. golfers, right behind Hawaii. The Mexican Government Department of Tourism wants to change that ranking. That's right -- they are determined to become number one, and at the rate they are going it shouldn't take too long to achieve that goal.
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Wingsuit Pilot Narrowly Escapes Collision w/ Gondola at Tianmen Mountain - VIDEO Wingsuit Pilot Narrowly Escapes Collision w/ Gondola at Tianmen Mountain - VIDEO
On the second flight something unexpected happens - one of the wingsuit pilots experiences a close call when a wingsuit equipment error nearly causes a fatal accident.
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Beach Town Life, Surfing and Fishing in Tamarindo, Costa Rica Beach Town Life, Surfing and Fishing in Tamarindo, Costa Rica
News by Jason Holland
Moving from New York City to a small town in the U.S. is quite a culture shock on its own. But Rick Macsherry, 60, and Christina Spilsbury, 58, did one better. In 1989, they moved to a small fishing village on Costa Rica‘s northern Pacific coast.
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IMAGINE IMAGINE
We are the Adams Family - Marc, Jane, Caroline, Grant, and Noah. After years of dreaming, planning, and a little apprehension, in October of 2007 we made the decision to buy a new boat, quit our jobs, move out of our home in Chicago and 'Sail to See the World'. After 3 1/2 years and nearly 40,000 miles later, we completed our adventure
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Punta de Lobos, Chile, 4/24/14 - Los Lobos is for experienced surfers. VIDEO Punta de Lobos, Chile, 4/24/14 - Los Lobos is for experienced surfers. VIDEO
Get to know this little town with big wave attitude
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 Surfline's Six Weeks on the North Shore Movie Surfline's Six Weeks on the North Shore Movie
It's the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. And for at least six weeks every winter, there's no place like it on Earth.
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Feel younger, live longer:  Meet the healthiest places in the world Feel younger, live longer: Meet the healthiest places in the world
Today we look at the healthiest places in the world to live and enjoy all your fun pursuits
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Top 10 Surfing Spots Indonesia Top 10 Surfing Spots Indonesia
Marlon Gerber fosters his protégé nephew Varun Tanjung in the ways of Indonesian surfing. Varun has a choice, just as Marlon did.
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Best Kayaking  / Corsica Best Kayaking / Corsica
News by Kirstie Macmillan
I’ve seen many photographs and videos of Corsica since I started kayaking 4 years ago but never imagined that I’d actually get to go and experience the crystal waters and steep creeks of this stunning island
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Best  Diving in Koh Tao / Thailand Best Diving in Koh Tao / Thailand
News by Alexandra Baackes.
Travelers in Thailand like to label their destinations neatly. Intricate island paradises are boiled down to one or two simple words or associations. Koh Phi Phi? The Beach. Koh Phangan? The Full Moon Party. Koh Tao? Diving.
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Adventures Solace Adventures Solace
News by Paul and Gina Rae
Paul and Gina Rae on board their yacht Solace, as they make their way around the world from San Francisco.
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 Marco Island Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa Review Marco Island Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa Review
News by PLUS Kuchar's chip-in caps 64, beats Donald to win RBC Heritage - READ MORE IN THE HOT LINKS IN THE GOLF PORTAL
If you love playing golf, followed by luxuriating at a spa, floating in a swimming pool or sipping a cool libation while watching a stunning sunset, this resort on Marco Island in southwest Florida was designed specifically for you.
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Best airlines for bringing sports gear Best airlines for bringing sports gear
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Lee County Florida's Great Calusa Blueway Paddling Trail Lee County Florida's Great Calusa Blueway Paddling Trail
The Great Calusa Blueway Paddling Trail is a 190-mile marked canoe and kayak trail that meanders through the coastal waters and inland tributaries of Lee County, Florida.
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Best Secret Ski Towns Best Secret Ski Towns
Most people haven’t heard of these towns, which is just fine with the skiers and boarders that live and play there. These are the places without gloss, the unknown gems, where the locals are friendly and shops are locally owned.
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"TACKLE PACKING & JUGGLING" PLease visit our new Athlete Travel Portal
News by Jonathan Roldan - Blog
It’s an irritation, but something we’ve gotta learn to live with these days. Like taking your shoes off at the airport. Like having your expensive shampoo taken away at check-in.
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Biking across the country for the planet with adventurer Rob Greenfield Biking across the country for the planet with adventurer Rob Greenfield
He sometimes travels without a bike seat—and naked
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VIDEO  - Cruising the pacific with the Cabrinha Quest VIDEO - Cruising the pacific with the Cabrinha Quest
Need a fix of blue water and palm trees this week? Cabrinha have come to show off their products (and riders) with this video from the Cabrinha Quest.
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 The 10 Best Surfing Spots in Africa The 10 Best Surfing Spots in Africa
News by Visit our New Athlete Travel Portal
Africa's 10 Best Surf Spots scattered across the continent from Morocco and Senegal in the north to South Africa and Mozambique in the south, as well as some secret spots in Southern and West Africa.
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Going, Going, WRONG - The KUZI Project: A 500-mile Kite-SUP Adventure Going, Going, WRONG - The KUZI Project: A 500-mile Kite-SUP Adventure
News by CHECK OUT MORE ADVENTURES IN OUR NEW ATHLETE TRAVEL PORTAL
6 weeks and 500 miles of African coastline. 50+ remote islands, plus 2 old friends. It was to be the adventure of a lifetime; exploration for the sake of exploration. Or so they thought.
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