Extreme Climbing: The Hardest Via Ferratas in the World

A via ferrata is a protected path in a mountainous area supported with wire ropes and other climbing aides. Via ferrata is Italian for “iron path”, and has its historical origins in the Alps centuries ago. Initially, the predecessors to via ferratas were used by shepherds to reach their higher pastures. In recent decades, via ferratas have gained in popularity with the climbing community and are today primarily used for sport and recreation. Although via ferratas have been developed in other countries around the world, the hardest and most extreme routes are still within the European Union. We’ve found 12 of them – Watch them all being climbed here!

What Are Bug Bounties – And How Can You Become a Bug Bounty Hunter?

Bug bounties are big business. The industry amount to several million dollars each year. A bounty is a cash award given to a hacker who finds and reports a security weakness to an organization so that it can be safely rectified. This video list will show you the basics of bug bounty hunting. You’ll also get tips on how you can start hunting yourself (it’s not as difficult as you might think).

The Longest German Words – Do You Dare To Pronounce Them?

The German language is famous for its ability to form essentially infinite long words. This “feature” has spawned quite a few word monsters. We’ve found five of the longest – all of which is listed in the Dudenkorpus at least five times, the database of Germany’s authoritative Duden dictionary.

15 Epic Ways To Destroy Lego

Destroying Lego in creative ways has always been in vogue. Even more so recently since TV’s Lego Masters popularized it on a large scale. We’ve seen Lego being shaken, hit with a baseball bat, and blown to pieces with explosives. YouTubers offer even more original ways to obliterate official Lego sets and MOCs. They use real rockets, orchestrate a Lego train crash into actual water, and swings a plain old sledgehammer.

The Seinfeld Lego Set Is Finally Here – And a Look Back at Lego Pop Culture Sets

Lego has made a lot of pop culture sets inspired by movies and TV shows. Maybe most famous – the Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Batman sets. But there’s also the Friends Lego sets, The Big Bang Theory, and finally – The Seinfeld apartment Lego set!

Dogs on a Plane – Or How To Travel With Your Dog

Going on trip with your dog? There’s a lot to think about, especially if you’re taking your best friend for a flight. Do you want to travel with them in the cabin, or are you fine with putting your four-legged friend in a dark cage in cargo? Here are some invaluable tips and hacks for air travel with your dog – as well as backpacking and road tripping with your car or motorcycle (yes, a dog can ride too!).

Watch the 10 Biggest Lego Sets of All Time Being Built

It’s every Lego enthusiast’s dream to build one of the largest Lego sets ever created. The largest consist of over 11 000 pieces, and some of these intricate models can take over 24 hours to build. We’ve found videos of the 10 largest Lego sets being built by AFOL’s around the world.

12 Things That Are the Oldest Shit in the World

Ever wondered how old the oldest tree in the world is – or city, restaurant, or country? We’ve found 12 things that all are the oldest in the world. Some of them will most probably surprise you.

Peek Inside 18 Amazing Lego Build Rooms

Any serious Lego builder needs a dedicated Lego build room. In this list 18 AFOLs, Adult Fan Of Lego, show where they put together their Lego model sets and MOCs, My Own Creation, custom builds by Lego artists.

26 Dogs Experience Snow for the First Time

Can there be more fun than plowing through fluffy, white snow? Probably not – If you’re a dog. We’ve found 17 videos where 26 dogs and puppies have their very first experience with snow.

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.