My Top Ten Adrenaline Sports Bucket List!

Hey guys,

Little fact about me, I absolutely love adrenaline sports!! I think I get that from my dad, he's a pretty cool dad. For my 17th birthday I got to go skydiving with some of my favourite people (my dad included). And it was amazing!!!
It was definitely well worth the money, and we almost went twice in the same day, but decided against it at the last minute.

In no particular order...

#1 Bungee jumping - Out of all the choices I think bungee jumping terrifies me the most! I mean, jumping out of a plane I can do, there's really no sense of gravity when you're that high up, but jumping that close to the ground has got to give you one hell of a rush!

#2 Para-gliding - This is apparently supposed to be really smooth and relaxing (Or so says my dad.) So it probably won't be as much of a rush as some of the other activities. But one of the things I loved about skydiving was the view, so I think Para-Gliding would be great. 

#3 Hang Gliding - Hang-gliding would be very similar to Hang-Gliding. The only difference is the wings, Paragliding is with a parachute, and Hang-gliding is with a V-shaped wing frame. But I thought they both deserved to be on my list.

#4 Jet Skiing - Unfortunately I believe a certain level of skill is involved in this particular one, but all skills can be learned. And this would be worth the work! Plus people look so pro when they're doing it, so that's a bonus. 

#5 Scuba Diving - This is on the list mostly because I was inspired by Sebastian he sang 'under the sea' in 'the little mermaid'
Yes, you heard me... I love that movie! Scuba diving would be unreal, it's definitely in my top ten. 

#6 Ice Climbing - Probably the most dangerous sport on my list, and the most inaccessible to me (Australia isn't exactly well known for it's ice climbing facilities). But I love rock climbing and abseiling, so this would be just like taking it up to the next level (Or maybe taking it up 2 or 3 levels!)

#7 Train Surfing - Okay so Australia is definintely not the place to do this one either. This is probably the most stupid activity on my list, and the sane part of me is just telling the insane part of me what an idiot I am for even putting it on the list. But then the sane part of me remembered how fantastic train catching was in 'Divergent'... and if it's characters in a book can do it, what's to stop me from doing it... right??? So here it is, on my list, because I just like the idea of it. Maybe I just need to find myself a really, really slow train!

#8 Surfing - I've done a surfing lesson once in my life, and I wasn't completely terrible. I was able to stand up on the board and even catch a wave by the end of the two hour lesson. Granted the wave was pretty tiny, and it was a practice board but I still caught it. (Okay, okay maybe I am a bit terrible, but it was pretty fun). I'd love to get good at it and be able to catch waves. Plus ocean water is really, really good for your skin, so that's a pretty fantastic bonus!

#9.Tree-Top Adventure - For those of you who don't know what this is, it's like a ropes course but up higher, in the trees. You get to slide down flying foxes, move from tree to tree on suspension bridges and a bunch of other cool things. This is probably one of the more tame activities on the list. But I think it would still be a really fun thing to do.

#10 White-water rafting - Another dangerous one, but Oh. My. God it would be cool! This one involves some level of skill aswell. Not like tandem sky diving when you can just jump out of the plane and the instructor does the rest... But just as cool, if not cooler. And definitely much wetter. But I kind of like the idea of getting a little messy when I'm involved in an adrenaline sport. 

So there it is... adrenaline sports according to AB.



  1. That is SO amazing! I would love to go skydiving one day... it's one of those things I want to do before I die but I'm not sure if I'll ever be brave enough!

    1. It's less scary than you would think, the scariest part is the plane ride up... Because you're not standing or sitting on anything after you jump and because you're so high up, you have no sense of gravity which is why it isn't at all like falling, it's like FLYING!!

    2. And I'm sure you will be brave enough!! xx