2. Ride a Sommerrodelbahn:
Imagine riding a single-seated rollercoaster winding and coasting down a steep hill at 25 mph with nothing but a tiny seatbelt strapped around your waist and you’d get yourself the Sommerrodelbahn, or alpine coaster, a form of dry toboggan running found in Austria.
4. Go heli-skiing:
Tired of the same old slopes? You can hire your own helicopter in Alaska to drop you off on pristine powder in the Chugach Mountains for some of the best skiing you’ll ever have. Sure beats taking the crowded lift at some ski resort.
5. Fly for real:
Well sort of. Go Zero G offers flights on their jet which flies in an extreme parabolic flight path to simulate zero gravity. It’s the closest thing to weightlessness this side of actually getting launched into space, but be warned, the jet isn’t popularly known as the “Vomit Comet” for nothing.
9. Surf at the North Shore:
The North Shore is known for its large waves and is considered by many to be the surfing mecca of the world. Cowabunga dudes and dudettes.