A plume of cinder and volcanic ash trail behind a man on a toboggan descending Cerro Negro. It's called 'volcano boarding' and you'd better be brave to do it.
A plume of cinder and volcanic ash trail behind a man on a toboggan descending Cerro Negro. It's called 'volcano boarding' and you'd better be brave to do it. Tim Johnson/MCT
A plume of cinder and volcanic ash trail behind a man on a toboggan descending Cerro Negro. It's called 'volcano boarding' and you'd better be brave to do it. Tim Johnson/MCT

Not for the faint of heart: Volcano-boarding in Nicaragua

November 11, 2011 04:41 PM

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