Extreme Adventures are certainly not for everyone—you have to be prepared to face any kind of challenge, whether you are cruising at 40,000 ft., at mach. 90, diving with great whites or climbing the highest peaks in the world. No matter what your goals are, nature remains the ultimate benchmark of what we can achieve as human beings.
An Extreme Adventure reveals exactly who you are, demanding the most of your physical, psychological and perhaps even spiritual selves.
Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest point in Africa, is located just over 211 miles south of the equator in Tanzania.read more
Mt. Elbrus is located in Kabardino-Balkaria and Karachay-Cherkessia (near Georgia), Russia.read more
My Journey Mt. Kosciuszko is the centerpiece of Australia’s largest national park located in the Great Dividing Range of New South Wales. It is the highest mountain on the Australian continent. This is the coldest and snowiest part of Australia, which is mostly a hot...read more
Being in Australia with the Neptune Islands just a short flight away, I packed away my climbing gear and suited up in diving gear to face one of man’s most feared predators, the Great White Shark, otherwise known as “white death”.read more
My Journey Aconcagua is the highest mountain in South America. It is the highest mountain outside of Asia and the second highest peak among the Seven Summits. The climbing season begins in November goes through March. The weather on Mt. Aconcagua is severe and, at...read more
My Journey Mt. McKinley, also known as Denali, is the tallest mountain in North America. It is considered to be the third tallest in the world; however, by another measure is taller than Mt. Everest. There is a distinction between measuring “highest” and “tallest”....read more
This is Rhonda, and I am going to be blogging Tom’s journey to the summit of Mt. Vinson Massif in Antarctica. With fingers crossed and lots of praying, we hope that tomorrow is good to go. I hope you will be a part of this exciting climb to the top of the coldest place on earth by following my updates on Tom’s Facebook page.read more