Extreme sports and activities on sand – whether at the beach or on desert dunes. Think sandboarding, sand sledding, dune buggy, and riding dirt bikes on sand!

Finding food in the Desert

Finding food in the desert is more difficult than in any other environment, especially in hot sandy deserts like the Sahara. If you are planning a hiking trip to the desert, it's best to think ahead and bring your own food. But if you find yourself in a desert survival…

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Are there deserts in Canada?

Canada is well-known for having a cold climate, so you may be surprised to find out that there are deserts in Canada, albeit a unconventional. In fact, many of the desert-like regions you'll find in the country are not dry enough to qualify as "true" deserts, but you will still…

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The Largest Deserts of the World

Antarctica is the largest desert in the world. It may sound surprising, for people tend to only consider hot deserts filled with sand dunes and camels, but technically any territory with low precipitation classifies as a desert - including polar and cold deserts. In fact, the Antarctic and Arctic deserts…

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Best Goggles for Desert Riding & Dusty Conditions
ATV riding goggles for desert and sand dunes

Best Goggles for Desert Riding & Dusty Conditions

Planning to take your desert dirt bike out to the dunes? Make sure you wear proper eye protection against sandstorms and dust. The best goggles for desert are dust proof and have UV400 dark colored lenses, protecting you from both dangerous UV rays and from extreme weather conditions - particularly…

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Sewer Drain Surfing

Don't be surprised, but sewer surfing is a thing. The year is 2009, and yet another extreme board sport is born Brazil: in Porto Alegre, surfers enjoy riding the waves of a ditch swollen by rains in what is effectively a flooded sewer drain. Since then, in many have attempted…

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