Most first-time tourists come to experience the silky soft sand sifting through their toes. Snorkeling in the warm clear water searching for the perfect shells. Relaxing on the beach soaking up the summer sun. Or testing their skill at making a castle.
I believe there's a little bit of adrenaline junkie in each of us. I have a two-year-old granddaughter who loves to play hide and seek with me. Each time she finds me, I jump out and scare her. She'll let out a death defying scream and then immediately start chanting “do it again, do it again!”
There are so many factors that come into play for one to reach an adrenaline high. Speed, danger/risk and competition are things that will usually make one's heart rate go up. Many of us have hobbies such as running, cycling, hiking, rock climbing, motorized water sports, ATV/UTV riding, even auto racing. All of these activities can elevate our heart rate and cause the release of endorphins that bring us to the adrenaline high we crave.
If you’re heading to Yellowstone National Park, then Three Bear Lodge makes for an excellent waystation.
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Where's Your Next Adventure? One that gets your heart pounding and provides a high adrenaline rush? If you live along Utah's Wasatch front, I believe that adventure is in your backyard.