Travelling solo is one thing, but Fran Bak has taken it to the extreme.
You need to get here early to catch the magic, but getting here isn't easy.
The Larapinta Trail ranks as one of Australia’s most challenging multi-days walks. Mark Daffey laces up his hiking boots to try out sections of the route.
Japan's Do-Dodonpa ride blasts passengers from zero to 180 km/h in 1.56 seconds. It might be pushing the human skeleton beyond its limits.
Australia is spoilt for choice when it come to designated green areas where you can walk, relax, swim or just ponder nature at its finest.
Australia is a worn-down continent, but here and there in lush green pockets, landscapes of unimaginable age linger on.
Straddled between two cliffs in China's Hunan province, a 430-metre glass-bottomed suspension bridge offers the world's highest bungy jump from a footbridge.
For the first time, the two South Australian walks have been combined this year to create an epic nine-day "Ranges to River" trip.
Being able to see animals in the wild is a major staple of tourism, but when those animals take over towns and villages, it's not quite so cute.
At the heart of the Blue Derby Pods Ride is an off-the-grid, out-of-the-way parcel of beautifully designed glass and timber pods...
It's the first day of a 107-kilometre trek designed to celebrate turning 60, and doubts are already creeping in - maybe I can't do this.
All the world's most extreme places are reachable by adventurous travellers, though few of us might have the skills or patience to get there.