Two truck drivers had an utterly bizarre encounter on an icy highway in Kazakhstan. A helicopter pilot had landed his aircraft on the highway and approached one of the truck drivers to request directions after getting lost. This video just goes to show that it never hurts to ask somebody for directions, even if you're flying a helicopter. View Now
For this guy, just kicking back and watching tv with his dog is far from casual. It all starts when Alexander pets his furry companion on the head, that the dog strangely growls in an uninterpretable language. Watch and enjoy the full video for even more laughs. View Now
This is a snowboarding incident you've probably never seen in this much jaw-dropping extremity. Experienced snowboarder of 12 years, Mac Jacobson took a trip to Squaw Valley in California with his friend Stephen. A 30-foot jump from a cliff went exceptionally wrong, causing Mac's head to plow through several feet of snow. He was completely buried upside down for nearly 10 minutes until Stephen could completely dig him out. View Now
Dean the Basset Hound is quite the outdoor expert in Toronto, Ontario. He plays hockey in his free time and isn't too bad in the ice skating department. When he's not playing with sticks, he can keep up with his "coach" quite well.
A world without dogs would be utterly mundane which is why they exist. This next video is knee-slapping funny... Because of a dog of course. View Now
You'd assume water would be a blessing in the dry desert, but three months worth of rain and ice dumped overnight has left thousands of Saudis scrambling for dry ground. Those unlucky enough to be in the flash floodwaters' path often find themselves in life-or-death situations like the ones you see here.
Conditions are ideal for an avalanche, but that doesn't stop this bold French snowboarder from daring a dangerous run down this snowy slope near the Four Valleys ski area in Switzerland. Just seconds later, he finds himself precariously balanced atop a literal "tsunami" of snow as it roars at breakneck speed down the mountain!
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February's a little early for ducklings to be out, but this determined duck mom in Germany was determined to continue life-as-usual in the below-freezing temperatures. Unfortunately, the best shelter she could find was beneath an exposed AC unit—okay for an adult duck, not so good for fragile newborns! View Now
These skiers are tearing up serious snow on the Col Du Palet racetrack. The French scenery is matchless, and the moment seems perfect until that instant of unstoppable failure. See more snow adventures here. View Now
Train meets car in this slow-motion Russian road disaster. Although bad driving's often the cause of railroad crossing collisions, this time its slippery ice sending a helpless pregnant woman and her friend into danger's path! Thanks to seatbelts and airbags, miraculously, everyone makes it out alive. View Now
One of the Avalanche Guys finds himself neck-deep in trouble after he ends up on the wrong side of a snow tsunami. The oddest thing about this terrifying close call is that he's so far below the tumbling snow that you'd assume he was safe!
Snowmobile competitor at the Mid America Championship Hillclimb in Florence, Wisconsin was working his way up the slopes when something unexpected happened. Rider Luke Maher was definitely glad to be wearing his safety gear when the snowmobile decided to do its own thing. Via ViralHog. View Now
When most people think of a T-rex, they probably think of the hulking behemoth from "Jurassic Park" which devoured everything in its path. That's why this never before seen footage captured by Leslie Haasch is so amazing. She managed to capture some extremely rare footage of a T-rex shoveling snow in a blizzard. Truly astonishing! View Now
The next time someone says science isn't "fun," show them Magnet Tricks' latest video. Not only does their jerry-rigged magnet gadget score super points for its neat spinning levitation, watch as their fragile bubble freezes solid in the chilly winter air!
In this Jukin video, Joanne George captured this cute video footage of her Golden Retriever Smiley frolicking in a fresh batch of snow. Smiley is 15-years-old and was born without eyes but that hasn't stopped him from having an absolute blast in the wintertime.
George rescued Smiley several years ago from a puppy mill and he has become an internet sensation bringing hope to people everywhere. View Now
Life's tough, but it's even tougher if you're bad at snowboarding! We totally see what this daredevil was trying to accomplish as he takes a shortcut through this snowy house. If only he remembered to duck!
There's much less method to the madness we see in Trevor's hilarious video.View Now
YouTube user Barrett Hedges captured this footage of an adorable river otter sliding on a frozen river in Yellowstone National Park. The otter looks like it's having the time of its life slipping and sliding around the frozen wasteland. View Now
A day before the Freeride World Tour Competition in Vallnord, Andorra snowboarder Anne-Flore Marxer preps for the big day by taking a ride down a steep roadway. Although the lifts were closed, she made the most of her free time before the competition. She is a truly dedicated snowboarder who knows how to have a good time! View Now
There is a lesson to be learned buried deep in the snow of this avalanche... DO NOT SKI ALONE. Max Cohen was skiing in the Bridger Mountain Range in Bozeman, Montana along with two partners when an avalanche took him by surprise. The snow carries him down the mountain while making close contact with jagged rocks. Quite the scare if you ask us! View Now
There's never a dull moment in the Qatar dunes. Freeride motocross biker Kai from Desert Dirtbikes clears a massive 100-foot dune only to realize there's a Jeep driving through his landing zone! Fortunately, he only nicks the hood and avoids what could've been a deadly collision.View Now
The unthinkable happens when Russian workers accidentally send a chunk of roof ice crashing into a stroller. Doctors diagnose the infant inside with a fractured skull and officials have opened a criminal investigation into the freak and almost deadly accident.
After a bloodcurdling near-miss like that, you'll need an optimistic pick-me-up like this amazing story.
Here, an alert mountain driver saves a Turkish snowplow driver's life when he spots a hidden avalanche hurtling towards the blissfully unaware snowplow and honks a warning!
Ryan Miller and Pat Morell discover a strange sight in the Idaho snow—there's an exhausted horse trapped up to his shoulders in deep, frozen snow! With frostbite already, setting in, poor "Ryat" (Ryan + Pat) has only got hours to live. View Now
Sometimes it seems like the whole world's out to get you! That's probably how this injured snow shoveler feels after a speeding sedan sideswipes him and keeps going. All's not lost, however, because police say they used the CCTV recording to nab the hit-and-run driver. Strangely, they've yet to identify the mysterious victim because he never filed a police report!
Stranger things are afoot in Russia, like this self-proclaimed "detective" who drives away with a police officer still hanging onto his SUV!
This is downright outrageous! Just by watching this video, we already want to be invited to Team Super Tramp's next track hoe adventure. Who knew snowboarding and sledding could be THIS much fun? We are impressed, Devin, don't forget we like a little adventure too... (Wink, wink.)
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Tiger Run in Switzerland is a ski slope marked black for the severity of its gradient, which holds an average of 45-degrees. These three brave souls decided to slide down the slope with nothing else other than their snowsuits. View Now
Even though they're simply frozen water, the Ice Castles in Stillwater, Minnesota need as much maintenance as any garden. The Minnesota Cold crew takes us behind-the-scenes of this famous ever-changing landmark. It almost makes you want to build your own "Ice Castle" this winter!
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