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Family Friendly White Water Rafting at Its Finest

Dec 18, 2013
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Family Friendly White Water Rafting at Its Finest

Spending a day rafting can be one of the most intense days of your life depending on what type of water you’re taking on. Whether you’re planning a fast-paced wild rapids trip or an extended white water escapade, there are a couple of places recommended for a family bonding adventure. Some you may have never even heard of before.

Yampa, Dino­saur National Monument, Colorado and Utah

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Kayaking Adventures Around the World

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Dec 11, 2013
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Kayaking Adventures Around the World

Are you thinking about doing some kayaking, but have no clue where to go? If this is your dilemma, there’s no need to fret.  Complied below are some of the most amazing kayaking explorations that the world has to offer.

Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Have the time of your life discovering incredible wildlife in dense forests and along the coastal scenery of Broughton Arch...

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Learning How to Ski During a Skiing Vacation

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Nov 27, 2013
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Learning How to Ski During a Skiing Vacation

Family vacations can be an opportunity to create memories and experiences that will last a lifetime. One of those experiences can be learning to ski. All knowledge and equipment you will need can be found at the resort. You can literally be skiing down a mountain after an hour of instruction. Most resorts have a ski school on the premises, and lessons are reasonably priced, making learning to ski quick and easy for anyone. Group and private lessons are usually available. It is a good idea, ho...

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Formula 1’s 3 Second Pit Stops – How They Do It

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Nov 20, 2013
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Formula 1’s 3 Second Pit Stops – How They Do It

Fuel delivery was once the determining factor used to dictate the length of pit stops in Formula 1 racing. But since 2010 when the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile, the governing body of motorsports worldwide, banned in-race refueling, car engines and fuel tanks were redesigned to carry enough fuel for the duration of the race. With this new design, timing factors changed completely.  Time in the pits is now determined by how quickly a 14 or more man crew can swap four wheels and tires...

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How to Pack for a Skiing Vacation

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Oct 16, 2013
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How to Pack for a Skiing Vacation

When traveling for a ski vacation, it is often difficult to pack. The problem usually isn't knowing what to take, but rather figuring out how to get it all there. Skis don’t exactly fit into suitcases, and if you are flying, this could be a major issue. The best place to start is by knowing what’s available at your destination. Is there a rental shop? How much are the rental fees for skis, boots, and poles. If it’s reasonable, and skiing with rented equipment doesn't bother you, this is...

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Improving Your Mountain Biking Safety

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Oct 10, 2013
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Improving Your Mountain Biking Safety

Proper care and precautionary measures are always two of the best ways to ensure your safety when participating in any sport. This matter is heightened when participating in an extreme sport such as mountain biking. There are numerous ways that you can improve your safety.  Many riders will tell you that wearing a helmet is the most important step, with the second being to always ride in control of your bike. When you have control you'll not only prevent crashes, but help keep others on the ...

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Surprising Tennessee Ski Destination that Offers Something for Everyone

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Oct 2, 2013
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Surprising Tennessee Ski Destination that Offers Something for Everyone

Located near Gatlinburg, Tennessee, Ober Gatlinburg is, not surprisingly, the only ski resort in the state. However, it has so much more to offer than just skiing. It’s a complete family vacation spot with an amusement park, indoor ice skating, a bungee tower, an alpine slide, and many other activities and attractions. There is sure to be something to please everyone, including the extreme sports enthusiast. With an elevation of 3301 feet, and a vertical drop of 600 feet, Ober Gatlinburg fe...

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Whitewater Slalom Kayaking Competitions 2013

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Jun 28, 2013
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Whitewater Slalom Kayaking Competitions 2013

The whitewater slalom kayaking competitive events available from June until July of 2013 cover eight countries on two different continents. The United States, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Poland, and Germany all have events planned. Both months prove to be packed full of excitement for those looking to compete or simply stay involved as spectators. Many of the events represent both national as well as world-class competitions that are sure to promise the most compet...

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USA Bungee Jumping Locations – Cost Comparisons

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Jun 28, 2013
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USA Bungee Jumping Locations – Cost Comparisons

When looking for the best value in extreme sports, no sport facilitates this like bungee jumping does. The sport has such a global appeal that it ensures a highly competitive pricing market. A list of the most cost effective bungee jumping adventures available in the United States has been compiled as a guide for those on a budget or those simply looking for a great deal. This list includes some of the most easily accessible bungee jumping sites in the United Stat...

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Top Motocross Racing Locations in California

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Jun 17, 2013
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Top Motocross Racing Locations in California

Any motocross racer will tell you that the sport just isn't fun unless it's done on a great track. Luckily, for those who live in California, there are plenty of great tracks to choose from that offer great variety in difficulty and track shape.

So, what makes a remarkable motocross track? The main thing is that it offers an excellent track that makes for great competition. While the tracks don't have to be extremely difficult,...

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