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Cliff Camping // 32 Photos That Will Make Your Stomach Drop\n

32 Photos That Will Make Your Stomach Drop

Extreme camping and rock climbing photographs by Gordon Wiltsie. Hanging precariously in tents off a vertical cliff face wouldn’t be most people’s idea of the perfect camping trip.

Record du Monde : Le Mur d'Escalade

Record du Monde : Le Mur d'Escalade

This is the Excalibur climbing tower at the Bjoeks climbing center in Groningen, Netherlands. It is 121 feet meters) tall with an overhang of 36 feet meters), known as the highest climbing tower in the world, AWWWWWWWWESOME! On my bucket list!

Gunflint paddles by Sanborn Canoe Co.

photography lake nature adventure Explore Wilderness canoe westcoast British Columbia canoeing Vancouver Island paddles lakeshore sanborn canoe co scoutforth

Eeeck - Fashion Horror.

Omg I can't believe people let here wear that on her wedding day! How mortifying. She also must be a huge slutty Mchoebag if she put that dress on and said "wow I look good in this thing, I think I'll wear it in a church!

Devils Postpile

inspiredundertakings: Climbing a stairway to the sky…Devils Postpile National Monument

Jumping from Storhorn to Lillehorn on the Svolværgeita pinnacle in Svolvær, Norway

Something NO ONE in my family should ever attempt since we trip on flat surfaces! Rock Jumping, Norway photo via besttravelphotos

The Art Of Animation, Goro Fujita

The Art Of Animation, Goro Fujita [ladies and gents, I proudly present the piece "Holy Cow Perspective"]

Now that's rock climbing

Gives You Wings - RedBull.com

An old mine in Persberg Värmland Sweden. Photo - @jabe147. Also Follow @thebeautyofthailand. #OurLonelyPlanet #Sweden #Scandinavia Hotels-live.com via https://www.instagram.com/p/_MCnFIxtFl/

This is a repost of my picture from an old mine in Persberg, Sweden called Tilas Stoll.

Ahhh they were a bit creepy but amazing! explore the catacombs...

Khao Luang cave temple, Phetchaburi, Thailand Almost mythical path. Travel+Leisure has one incredible gallery of this incredible place, by photographer Craig Ferguson