Prior to the emergence of extreme sports, our physiological reaction to danger known as fight-or-flight primarily served as a survival mechanism. Fast forward to contemporary times — people have transferred adrenaline use from surviving to thrill-seeking, and where there’s adrenaline, there’s usually risk or danger to be found. Moonshine Ink hit the trails of Incline Village to ask people about their scariest memory from a sport or outdoor activity. To get a new perspective on risk taking from six community members, read Risking Reward, here.



  • Moonshine Ink Staff

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