This Is North America's Only Ice Hotel, And It's Pretty Chill
Ice, ice baby.
Ice, ice baby.
Wait, what's Torchlight Parade again?
Then hit up the world's largest smoke sauna and then a Snow Tank Safari.
Um, of course you do.
How do the pumpkins not sink??
Wait, did you say BEER spas?
I can't even think of anything more fun than this.
It's the size of eight football fields.
Unless trampolining 180ft in the air on a suspended trampoline in a former slate mine doesn't freak you out.
It comes with your very own floating drone, too.
Even though it has slides, floating docks, rope swings, water balance beams, tree ladders, insane hammock launchers, waterwheels, karaoke machines, and more.
Seriously, you would crush this.
This charitable event sends 100 inflatables of all shapes (lobster!) and sizes (bouncy castle!) on a 3/5-mile, open-ocean sprint out to a buoy, with the title going to the fastest vessel to make it all the way back to the beach.
Could you slide down 1,500ft of lava rock on a wooden board at speeds of up to 60mph with no protection?
Here's how to pack in 48 hours of shorts-peeing summer adrenaline in Park City, Utah.
Thanks to an 1,000ft arc that sends you at speeds of 90mph on a rope that's longer than a football field.
This. Changes. Everything.
What if it's in a Sacred Valley...
At 5,304 square feet it's literally the size of an actual mansion.
It's called Burro Days. It's a 29-mile race with a 4,000 meter ascent in Fairplay, Colorado. And it's the weirdest race in the US because...
Kerr drops by HQ to talk about his elite gnar shredding plus why he decided not to do a front flip into the pond on his world title-winning run.
Dunnnnn nun. Dunnnn nun. Dun nun. Dun nun. DUN NUN. DUN NUN. DUNNUNDUNNUNDUNNUN.
Yeah, so, jungle water slides are a thing.
This is probably the closest thing you'll find to a modern-day Oregon Trail.
Created by a dude who founded Ragnar Relay and Electric Run, RiSE is inspired by the Chinese Lantern Festival and similarly lets thousands of people float paper lanterns into the sky at the same time, except instead of having to go all the way to China, you can do it in the ol' U. S. of America.
While you CAN'T spend the night in a tauntaun carcass on Hoth (laaaaaaaaaame), you CAN totally spend the night in Luke Skywalker's house from Star Wars: A New Hope.
Remember a couple weeks ago when you were all "I just wish there was somewhere I could go if I wanted to party on two football fields worth of bouncy castles floating on water"?
As the Declaration of Independence clearly states, all men are enodowed with certain unalienable rights, among which are "life, liberty, and the pursuit of the world's longest zip line over water." And since we're not one to go against THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, we pursued the latter until, bing-bong-bing-bong, we found it.
The Oeschinensee Alpine Slide is exactly like the 8ft playground slide you went down as a kid, if your 8ft playground slide was A) set up on the side of one of the most majestic mountain ranges in the world, B) 2,452 feet longer, and...
For everyone who saw our real-life Mario Kart race down the crookedest street in the world and was like, "guyyyyyys, I totally wanna do this, but, well, I totally don't wanna go find the mini cars, and rent the costumes, and find a track, and basically do anything other than just driving a car in the race"...
Complete with 21 'cuzzis that've all earned your undivided tubbing attention, either because they come with their very own waterfall (wut) or because they're the heart-shaped ones from Dumb and Dumber (wuuuuuuuut).