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Night-ski Hokkaido. #skiing #Japan #adventure (2012 Bucket List)
half those building in the left foreground are no longer there
Dive the Great Barrier Reef. #Australia #scuba #watersports (2012 Bucket List)
Learn to fly fish. #fishing #outdoors (2012 Bucket List)
Sail the Turkish coast on a gulet. #Mediterranean #Turkey #sailing (2012 Bucket List)
Bike, eat and drink your way through #Tuscany. #Italy #travel (2012 Bucket List)
Climb #Kilimanjaro and see the Big Five. #climbing #Africa #safari (2012 Bucket List)
Take a nap in an alpine meadow. (2012 Bucket List)
Backpack the John Muir Trail in #California. #hiking (2012 Bucket List)
Raft an endangered river. Pictured: Nu Jiang, #Tibet. (2012 Bucket List)
Traverse via ferrata in the Dolomites. #Italy (2012 Bucket List)
Camp on your own island. Pictured: A lighthouse in #Maine. #camping (2012 Bucket List)
Beach hop #Brazil. Pictured: Fernando de Noronha. (2012 Bucket List)
Go on a walking safari. (2012 Bucket List)
Learn to tie a bowline and other knots. (2012 Bucket List)
Canoe in Minnesota's Boundary Waters National Park. (2012 Bucket List)
Paddle the length of Baja, from San Philipe to La Paz—or all the way to Cabo. (2012 Bucket List)
Snorkel with whale sharks near Cancun. (2012 Bucket List)
Learn to shred a halfpipe with style at Windells' 8-day adult snowboarding camps in Oregon. (2012 Bucket List)
The 2012 Adventure Bucket List, presented by Outside Online.
You're gonna need a bigger bucket.... Outside Magazine's list of 51 things to add to YOUR bucket list. (2011)
Learn to shoot like an expert photographer. Click through for more information on photography workshop expeditions. (Pictured: Alaska.)
Trek the Himalayas. From Everest Base Camp to the Great Himalaya Trail (which passes through China, Bhutan, Nepal, India and Pakistan), the options are endless.
Raft the Green River in Colorado and Utah. (Picture: Dinosaur National Monument.) We recommend River Runners’ Transport.
Go heli-skiing! Outside recommends Canadian Mountain Holidays Resorts in Canada for beginners.