Posted by David Chandler
Ever thought of river rafting on the Arkansas River, rock climbing in the mountains, or even mud racing? This article provides a few suggestions for your next adventure tour.
Most adventure tours will offer a guide, mountain guides are professional rock climbers, alpinist, and skiers who teach and lead their clientele in the mountains. Guides provide high quality, and safe journeys through difficult terrain, whether it is mountain climbing, rock climbing or skiing.
River runners from across America flock to Colorado's Arkansas River each summer season. The Arkansas River has one of the most dramatic river drops in America, dropping nearly two miles in just a little over 100 miles as it rushes into the spectacular Royal Gorge.
Mud Racing? Adventure racing continues to grow in popularity as events like the Muddy Buddy 05 Ride/Run Series takes off. The event features a challenging mountain bike & trail running course and more. The fun is that all participants culminate their race in the mud pit.
Yosemite is regarded by experienced climbers as one of the best climbing areas in the world. If you are a climber then this is definitely the adventure place for you. Mountains such as Rainier, Longs Peaks, Hood, and Shasta are all serious accomplishments. The proper level of fitness and training as well as the right gear is needed for success. If you would prefer ice, climbing then going on over to Alaska is recommended. There a number of places for ice climbing and you are sure to be chilled by the experience. Now is the perfect season.
Adventure skiing can be successful as long as there is the drive to do extremely well. If skiing is more of adventure for you, how about going to Chile and rather than ski just one resort visit five of the best resorts in Chile such as Chilean, Valle Nevado, Colorado, La Parva and Portillo. Now that's skiing!
With adventures like these, you are going to have a great time and learn a thing or two.
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