This quiz is best taken while climbing a mountain 2.5 miles underwater, surrounded by hungry sharks. But if you're sitting in front of your home computer, that's OK, too. We'll know just how tough you are by the end.
Adventure travel is for the adventurous tourist! Twenty-six percent of respondents in a 2010 survey had participated in some sort of adventure travel.
Don't look down! Bolivia's "Death Road" was cut from a sheer mountainside and features dizzying 3,330-foot (1,000-meter) drop-offs.
The answer is 14,000 feet. This daylong ride begins at an elevation of 17,500 feet (5,345 meters) near the top of Mt. Chacaltaya, once home to the highest developed ski resort in the world.
Hold onto your hats! Customers at Jarrett's Talledaga, Ala.-based business can drive at speeds in excess of 165 mph (265 kph)!
Ouch! The answer is 7 million. About 4.3 million of those cases are treated in emergency rooms.
Thompson Pass in the Chugach Mountains can receive more than 1,000 inches (2,540 cm) of snow per year!
The answer's Denali. You'd have to be pretty good to do it, though. Only a handful of skiiers have successfully navigated this epic slope on the north side of Denali.
It's not your left kidney, but it might as well be! For $25 million, the company Space Adventures will put you on a Russian Soyuz spacecraft and send you to the International Space Station for about 12 days.
Expertise certainly doesn't hurt, but the mountain is an ideal challenge for average climbers with solid 5.8-level, multi-pitch climbing experience who want to take the sport to the next level.
The mountain claimed 10 lives during this 17-year span, and as many as 30 major search-and-rescue operations were launched each year to help distressed climbers.
After completing a challenge course called "Hell Night," participants learn skills like survival, weapons (with live-fire exercises), night patrol, close-quarter combat, and rappelling from a helicopter, just like real Navy SEALs do in their training.
It's just 28 percent. As you might expect, most of the areas with poor access to trauma care are rural. This includes some of the country's most popular tourist destinations, like Yellowstone and Yosemite national parks. So be careful out there!
Watch out! Tiger sharks love the warm waters of Tiger Beach in the Bahamas.
Lake Chrissie is the largest natural lake in the country, but there are no sharks there! They much prefer the open ocean at False Bay or Gansbaai.
Believe it or not, this is actually true. Air Combat USA, a civilian dogfighting school headquartered in Fullerton, Calif., will let you pilot a Marchetti SF260 fighter plane (with an instructor onboard, of course).
It's "to shut up or pen." In Pamplona, the route for the adrenaline-fueled event is barricaded by a wooden fence consisting of of 1,800 boards, 40 gates, 590 posts, 200 palisades, 2,400 wedges and 2,000 bolts.
The bulls are let loose when the clock on the church of San Cernin strikes eight in the morning.
Tragically, 15 runners have died in this 90-year span. The deadliest years were 1947 and 1980; in each of those years, two people died during the events.
What's so thrilling about the 1912 sinking of the Titanic<i>,</i> you ask? The the Great Canadian Adventure Company you can actually take a submarine down to the shipwreck, which rests on the seafloor 12,460 feet (3,798 meters) below the surface of the Atlantic
Seven feet. That's enough room for three people -- barely. Oh, and don't forget a jacket; The temperature inside the submersible drops to a chilly 50 to 57 degrees Fahrenheit (10 to 14 degrees Celsius) while in the water.