On the occasion of the World Games that will be held in Alabama from July 7-17 in which more than 100 countries will compete in 34 of the most popular sports in the world, we have identified 10 locations for real athletes. From the most popular sports, such as climbing and kayaking, to the most exciting sports, such as skydiving and water skiing, here are the 10 destinations in the United States for a very active vacation.
Dolphin boat in St Thomas, Virgin Islands
While professional canoe marathon athletes will compete in the World Games, we can try their hand Canoe trip with dolphins continues in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. The exotic islands of the Caribbean archipelago offer stunning seascapes and water activities to suit all tastes such as diving in unique places in the world, sailing, snorkeling and windsurfing.
Bowling alley on the oldest track in the United States in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
The Midwest is home to the oldest bowling alley in the United States, Huller House in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Having seen five generations of players from 1908 to the present, Saqa Bowling offers the same experience that existed a century ago. The result will be kept by hand as you enjoy the Milwaukee nightlife on the shores of Lake Michigan.
Ice skating on the Venice Beach Boardwalk in Los Angeles, California
Roller skating has become increasingly popular in recent years as a fun sport for a relaxing weekend in the park, but also as a competitive sport, where professional athletes compete for top places in speed and figure skating at the World Games. there Few places are more vibrant and colorful than Los Angeles’ famous Venice Beach to try your hand at roller skating. The Venice Beach Boardwalk stretches for two miles and is home to hundreds of street vendors and even more colorful artists to watch as you swing. After skiing, all you need is a swim in the Pacific Ocean.
Climb the thieves’ cave, Oklahoma’s infamous outlaw hideout
Climbing attracts more and more audiences for the brave challenges it proposes; Oklahoma, with over 3,000 hectares of forest, has provided the perfect terrain for the wildest outlaws of the Wild West over the years. Some of the best spots for rock climbing and abseiling can be found in the area In the rocky cliffs of Robbers Cave State ParkWhere you can relive the turbulent life of 19th century criminals by climbing the park’s sandstone cliffs. Those who don’t want to test their rock-climbing skills can enjoy biking, horseback riding, and picnics along the park’s scenic trails, caves, and lakes.
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