Similar to that of Skijoring only this time we change the dog or the horse for a yak. The main difference between Skijoring and yak skiing is the yak is much stronger than a horse and in deep snow attached by ropes. Yaks can run pretty fast surprisingly so give it a go!
Volcano Crater Tour
Volcano tours are becoming more popular, and there are many places that you can do this. Etna in Italy, only of the many volcanoes in Iceland or Rift Valley in Tanzania to name a few. You get amazing views, stand on top of a volcano and get your own private guide. You do need to be relatively fit as it can be a trek up to the summits. Summits also depend on the volcanic activity at the time.
Extreme Snow Podding
Officially called as the Sleggon, this is a new design of sledge. To me it looks quite dangerous and I imagine it can go at some speed so be careful should you take upon one! But if it is a need for speed you are looking for then head into one of the Worlds beautiful mountain ranges and find a nice snowy slope to zoom down.
The force of tornadoes is something no mankind can control, thus makes us interested and fascinated. Kansas in America is the most active place on the planet for tornados. You can join tours of specialist tornado chasers who will give you the ride of a lifetime! These things close up are pretty scary I can imagine so make sure you go with people who know what they are doing.
Visit the most Haunted Places
As silly as it sounds, I bet most people would get an adrenaline rush and maybe a little bit scared if you were to stay in one of the Worlds most haunted places. People have studied this subject for many years but is there really firm evidence that ghosts exists? Why not go find out? So number 5 on the list is to go scare your self silly with a group of friends.
Ride a Camel
For centuries man has used camels as a way of transport across the dry desserts of the planet where water is scarce. They are somewhat different to riding a horse and the pace is not as smooth but it is an enjoyable tour if you want something a bit unique.
By David Gallagher