Costa Rica: Not so easy rider

Aching muscles, fatigue and mosquito bites are a price worth paying on a cycle tour of Costa Rica’s Pacific coast. Its remote beaches, volcanic peaks and lush jungle are home to giant butterflies, macaws and howler monkeys — any of which could await around the next corner

Slovenia: Paragliding above the Soca

The driver turns the wheel hard left to take our minibus through another hairpin bend as we climb high up into the Julian Alps. We’ve been bumping along for nearly an hour now and have already passed through the cloud line, the steep slopes slipping away back down into Slovenia’s Soca Valley

In the saddle: Where to go horse riding

Saddle up and take in the world on horseback, from Wild West adventures to tricks and flicks
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Photos of Free Solo Climber Alex Honnold’s Most Epic Routes

Free Solo is coming to National Geographic TV on 3 March.

Costa Rica: Riding the rapids

With vultures circling overhead and rapids determined to get you in the water, tackling the Sarapiqui River on a raft is a veritable adventure.
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The Ancient Tradition of Camel Racing, as Seen From Above

See how the ancient tradition of camel racing is being kept alive in the hot landscape of Al Batinah South, Oman, where the camels can reach speeds of up to 40 miles per hour along designated tracks. 
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The wild ride in the sky continues as wingwalker CAROL PILON @CarolPilonWingwalker shows you what it’s like to hang onto the wings of a vintage biplane at 160mph. 
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Soaring Free over Alaska's Chugach Mountains and Knik Glacier by Paraglider

Watch a paramotor pilot fly across a glacier that extends for 28 miles.