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1. 'Giant Canyon' Ride
This crazy thrill ride sits on a cliff edge at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, launching 4 passengers at a time 1,300 feet above the Colorado River! A Release of Liability Waiver must be signed prior to enjoying the ride. Riders younger than 18 must have a parent's or guardian's signature on the waiver. Now, get ready to scream your heads off.
2. Corona Arch Rope SwingThis natural sandstone arch near Moab, Utah was a extremely popular destination for adrenaline junkies. In February 2013, YouTuber "Devin Super Tramp" and his friends turned the Corona Arch into their personal playground and posted a rope swinging video on youtube. The video immediately went viral and it attracted more and more thrill seeker to Moab.
In 2013, a man was killed trying to rope swing on Corona Arch. He miscalculated the distance to the ground and plunged to his death. In 2015, the Bureau of Land Management announced their decision on banning dare-devils activities at the sandstone formation.
3. Canyon Cliff JumpYou've probably seen this viral video somewhere on the net. A boyfriend pushed his girl down a cliff in Utah. Let's watch the full video again:
4. Do you know anymore crazy stuff people do in national parks? Share it with us by commenting below!
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