12 Longest, Fastest, Steepest, and Most Extreme Ziplines in the World

A zip ride is not for the faint of heart nor those with a fear of heights as you’re literally flying through the air at speeds of up to 160 km/h, usually from the top of a mountain. A zipline is designed to carry cargo or a person from the top to the bottom of a steel wire, and has been used as a mountainous way of transport for more than 2,000 years.

Watch 20 Extreme Vertical Camping Trips

Ever felt the urge to wake up with nothing but air above you, or below you – for about 1,000 meters? Then sleeping on a portaledge hanging from a big rock wall in Yosemite National Park might be your thing. Vertical camping involves climbing up a mountain, often by a high, vertical wall, and stopping for the night somewhere on said wall, setting up a tent on a portaledge, or just sleeping on it in the open air. Watch these 20 videos of exciting vertical camping trips all around the world and enjoy the amazing views – or feel your vertigo come creeping. You’ll also learn the best way to go number one and number two, “vertically”.