Friends head to Pattaya, Thailand, to bungee jump off a 20-story crane at 70 mph. Then, riders in Missouri take on one of the fastest wooden roller coasters ever built and thrill seekers free fall into a canyon in Colorado.
Hip-hop dancers head to Florida to take on a drop tower that propels them 335 feet down at 60 mph. Then, co-workers in Texas are suspended in the air before falling 130 feet into a net, and adrenaline junkies swing over a canyon.
Friends reconnect with their inner child while dropping 30 stories on Canada's tallest and fastest roller coaster. Then, soccer mates in France ride a bike off a 90-foot ski jump, and firefighters go iceless bobsledding in Utah.
Friends face their fears on North America's largest zip line in Whistler, B.C. Then, actors brave a coaster in Pennsylvania where the floor is ripped out from underneath, and thrill seekers bungee jump in the Swiss Alps.
Adrenaline junkies whip off a 164-foot-high bridge in Taupo, New Zealand, spin like a top on a pendulum swing in Vancouver, Canada, and fly down a drop that is steeper than steep in Fujiyoshida, Japan.
Longtime friends screech down a record-breaking roller coaster in Ohio, while surfing buddies plunge off the top of the food chain in South Africa. And riders thunder down New Zealand's longest river.