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Most Extreme Bucket List

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I have exhaustively scoured the internet, travel guides, magazines and best in travel books to create the most extreme bucket list. Each item on my list comes with a littany of challenges and dangers I will have to overcome. Many require weeks or months of research, careful preparation and training. I am not sure how I am going to pull these off yet and survive.

Has anyone heard of any comparable ideas to add to the list?

http://mywanderlist.com/2013/04/21/worlds-top-10-extreme-bucket-list-items/

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