Take a look at these mesmerising images that'll whisk you away to the world's most scenic locations
Slovenian snowboard sensation Marko Grilc is in the foreground and the Austrian mountains near Flachauwinkel are the backdrop to the first of our images.
Chris Davenport can generally be found in his native Aspen, Colorado either freeskiing big mountains or heading up teams of up and coming winter sportsmen and women. 'Dav' sure has job satisfaction with views like these!
Kiwi MTB rider Brooke MacDonald has seen some stunning views in his homeland, but even he can't help but take a moment at Mount Burke near Wanaka.
We would wager that Austrian climber David Lama has seen more sights like these than most and here we see the 23-year-old on the face of the Nameless Tower in Pakistan.
Japanese surf star Hiro Arai enjoys the view after a tough day's work in the water at Hyuga City in his homeland.
Sometimes a stunning view is the payoff for some gruelling work and this image shows one such occasion. Athletes taking part in Red Bull Lion Heart must run up and down Lion's Head mountain in Cape Town, which peaks at 669 metres above sea level. They do get a nice view at the top though!
A wild and windy landscape can hold just as much beauty and this shot of Brandon Bay in Ireland highlights that. Here we see Julien Taboulet and Boujmaa Guilloul heading out to windsurf in tough conditions in Red Bull Storm Chase.
A pioneer of aerobatic paragliding, Horacio Llorens gets to appreciate this kind of landscape on a regular basis and here we see the Spaniard enjoying this spectacular view at Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.
The Himalayas in India has to be one of the most amazing places to witness at first hand and this image gives an idea of the kind of backdrop to which Austrian free climber Bernd Zangerl regularly gets to enjoy.
Kayaking presents a wealth of excellent photographic opportunities and none more so than snapper Marcos Ferro capturing this group of kayakers at a descent at the Santo Domingo river in Chiapas, Mexico.
Action sports capital Queenstown in New Zealand has seen its fair share of high octane sports and here we see 'Mad Mike' Whiddett drifting in his homeland at Red Bull Conquer The Crown.
One of the most rewarding views of a landscape you could possibly wish for can be seen here in the Italian Alps, as witnessed by the competitors in Red Bull X-Alps.