A collection of 47 photos that will make your stomach drop. Paragliding, extreme biking, cliff camping, sky-walking or daredevils “simply” hanging from tall building, these death-defying photos will have you hold your breath in fear just by looking at them.
Kjeragbolten in Rogaland, Norway
Standing atop Kjeragbolten, a boulder wedged in a mountain crevice that’s suspended above a 3,228-foot deep abyss, probablt one of the most daring tourist attraction in the Scandinavian country.
Splits on the Trolltunga (troll’s tongue) rock formation in Norway.
The World’s Most Dangerous Hiking Trail – Trekking Mount Hua Shan in China.
Walking along the infamous plank path of the Mt. Huashan Hiking Trail… No thanks, not for me.
Ellison’s Cave, Lafayette, Georgia.
A man hangs in the 586-foot Fantastic Cave Pit of Ellison’s Cave, the deepest unobstructed underground pitch in the continental US.
The Azores, Portugal
Todor Spasov diving off the cliffs in the Azores, in the occasion of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series.
The Fang, Vail, Colorado
28-year-old American climber Sam Elias, climbs up the Fang, a 100-foot tall ice pillar in Vail, Colorado.
The Swing At The End Of The World.
The swing is located 2,600 meters above sea level at La Casa Del Arbol in Baños, in Ecuador. There’s absolutely no safety features on the swing, just some strings tied to a tree branch it’s all that’s keeping you from falling to your demise in the valley below. So, ride it AT YOUR OWN RISK!
Half Dome in the Yosemite National Park, USA.
Sitting on a ledge on the Northwest Face of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park is rock climber Alex Honnold.
Taking a break
Climbers resting suspended on a cliff.
Tree camping in Germany.
Moab, Utah, USA
Emily Sukiennik balancing along a suspended wire across the amazing geography of Moab in Utah.
Pedra da Gavea Highline, Brazil.
With the beautiful background of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Brian Mosbaugh walks the Pedra de Gavea highline.
Trapeze artist Roxana Giliand performing a daring acrobatic stunt while dangling from a paraglider’s parachute 2000 feet above Annecy Lake, Geneva.
Hang Off of Toronto’s Tallest Tower.
Living on the edge, Eskil Ronningsbakken.
Michael Tomchek, a professional base jumper, takes a 400ft leap off the Castleton Tower in Castle Valley, UT.Photo by Krystle Wright
Lower Mesa Falls, Idaho, USA.
Kayaker Jesse Coombs plungeing over the 65-foot tall Lower Mesa Falls near Ashton, Idaho.
Jumping on the Trolltunga rock in Norway.
A Railroad Track in Washington, USA
The love between two people has to be fearless.Photographer: Isaac Gautschi.
Unconventional way of taking pictures.
Tim Emmett climbs Helmcken Falls.
Helmcken Falls is located in Wells Grey Provincial Park in British Columbia.Photo by Christian Pondella
A comfortable mattress.
Hanging out at the skywalk in Macau.
Snow-boarding on a glacier
Extreme skiing at Grand Targhee in Wyoming.
Haines, Alaska, USA
Dane Tudor drops into a line in Haines, Alaska.
Kayaking at Victoria Falls.
Driving down a- sand dune in Lucky Bay, Australia.
The Dolomites, Italy.
Two climbers hanging from the face of the Dolomites in Italy.
Dinner in the sky, restaurant in Brussels, Belgium.
Redwood trees in California.
Two people scale up a giant Redwood tree.
Organ Pipes, Mt Wellington.
Campers resting on an Arctic Cliff.
Climbers camping out in tents hanging off a 4,000-foot cliff side in the Arctic region.
People doing the impossible.
British climber John Roberts in South Africa.
Blake Aldridge dives 29 meters from the rock monolith.
The Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
Mountain bikers riding along the edges of Cliffs of Moher in Ireland, perhaps one of the most terrifying bike paths in the world.
Base jumping in Yosemite.
A ride at the Stratosphere Tower in Las Vegas.
Vintage climbing photo.Photograph by Gaston Rebuffats.
Mountain biking on the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland.
Dublin-native Victor Lucas takes mountain biking to the next level.