It's May, and most of us are dreaming of lazy days on the beach, cook outs and Summer activities. Not these daredevils! They're tackling Tuckerman Ravine, the birthplace of extreme skiing in the U.S.

No chairlifts here folks, you hike up the mountain. In fact, you start out by hiking muddy terrain and then gradually it turns to snow, and eventually you find yourself climbing up the mountain using the footprints from the person ahead of you.

After all of that hard work, your reward is an extremely dangerous steep decent down the Southeastern face of Mount Washington.

That'll get the old heart pumping! If a ski instructor had a panic attack at the top of the mountain while looking down, you know this is a serious run. I'll stick to dreaming of the beach.