How to escape from an avalanche
Snow avalanches themselves, about where the probability of their descent is greater, where there is less, how to independently determine the avalanche hazard of a potential skiing place, is described…

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"Red Angels" Alpine Peaks
The town of Zermatt in the Swiss Alps, at first glance, is no different from neighboring towns and villages. The same neat houses with a bright smear of indispensable geranium…

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Freediving - degree of freedom
Probably, almost everyone knows what diving is. And many imagine diving as a dive into the depths of the seas, oceans, lakes and rivers with special equipment, with balloons, where…

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Diving Dangers – Real and Imaginary

Fear of the first dive often becomes the main braking moment, preventing the tourist from joining a new type of outdoor activity. However, diving, especially recreational, can be called extreme sport only for advertising purposes. Scuba diving, as well as skiing, has its own difficulty levels, and there are practically no serious dangers for beginners – after all, no one puts neophyte skiers, confusing the yoke with a telemark, right on the black track. Of course, the person who wore the wetsuit for the first time in his life will experience excitement – and what more! But if you dive with modern equipment and carefully consider the briefing, then this excitement will remain just a pleasant surge of hormones before diving into the unknown. The real “extreme” – great depths, tangible currents, night dives, ice and speleo diving – the lot of Continue reading

Skiing

Alpine skiing is sparkling snow, dazzling sun and picturesque peaks, wind whistling in the ears and entertainment apre ski. Russian and world skiing: from France and Italy to Argentina and Japan – all about resorts, slopes and ski passes.
Why do people put themselves to the test of skiing? Instead of lying on the beach, rocking in a bar or splashing around in the sea, the skier goes to the mountains (usually quite far from home), climbs the slope all day and rolls down, climb the slope and rolls down (and pays money for it ) And for some reason he enjoys it, incomprehensible to the rest of mortals.

Those who have never stood skiing usually give several reasons why skiing is an expensive and dangerous Continue reading

How to overcome fear

It is not an exaggeration to say that fear is one of the most dangerous enemies of man, and the question of how to overcome fear is one of the oldest questions. It would seem nonsense. After all, a sense of fear, on the contrary, is designed to protect a person from falling into dangerous situations. And when it comes to primitive existence, it worked. Therefore, fear arose in the process of evolution.

But the further a person moved away from the primitive society according to the time line, the less fear performed its protective functions. Indeed, real dangers became less and less, and fears were, and remained, becoming more and Continue reading

Which wakeboard to buy the most true?
We can safely say that wakeboarding is one of the most modern, and at the same time one of the most striking, exciting disciplines in extreme sports. Currently, wakeboarding has…

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Speleology
Speleology (from the Greek. Spélaion - cave and lógos - word, doctrine) - a complex science, a branch of natural science engaged in a comprehensive study of caves - their…

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Bike ride on the ice of Lake Baikal
Over 500 km on the ice of Lake Baikal in five days, five participants in the Listvyanka-Severobaikalsk bike ride overcame. It was held in March this year as part of…

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DANNY WAY: PROFESSIONAL SKATEBOARDER AND RECORDMAN
Danny Way - Crazy Extreme short biography Born April 15, 1974, Portland, Oregon. There are such athletes who become legends and remain in this status forever. The golden era of…

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