10 Best Outdoor Adventures for Thrill-Seekers in The US

Seeing historical sights, visiting renowned museums, and tanning on infamous beaches make for fun-filled itineraries, but some travelers favor riskier behaviors on their schedules.

We’ve compiled a list of the best G-force collecting attractions in the U.S. Bring your helmets and parachutes if you wish to embark on these incredible outdoor adventures for thrill-seekers.

Bobsled at Olympic Park in Park City, Utah

The park features the course used in the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics. It switches out winter ice paths for concrete replicas during the summertime, making this attraction perfect as a year-round destination. 

Base Jumping Idaho I.B. Perrine Bridge in Twin Falls

Base jumpers catapult closer to the ground than skydivers but have a higher risk of injury since they carry one parachute instead of three. 

Cliff Camping, Rocky Mountains

This attraction is reserved for adrenaline chasers fostering a propensity for horror. The Rocky Mountain Cliff Camping Package includes a stay at the Stanley Hotel, the same lodge in Stephen King's terrifying novel The Shining

Hydrospeed in Maine

Hydrospeeders don life jackets, padded wetsuits, helmets, and flippers, plus the most important asset, a stabilized foam board with handles and a concave that prevents riders from debris and injury in the river. 

Shark Cage Diving Jupiter, Florida

Based in Jupiter, Florida, Florida Shark Diving hosts cage dives and free diving with sharks for marine life enthusiasts looking for danger.

Canyon Rappelling, Zion Park Utah

Utah homes the most beautiful canyons in the U.S., so it’s only fair to include a Zion Canyon canyoneering voyage on this list.

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