Volcano Boarding Nicaragua

These are the incredible images of a thrill-seeker who decided he couldn’t wait for snow to arrive – and sledged down the side of a VOLCANO. Adrenalin junkie Matt Karsten flew down the side of the Cerro Negro volcano, in Nicaragua, central America, with just a tiny wooden sled to guide him down the steep ashy slopes. Matt managed to negotiate his way down the 728 metre volcano in just under four minutes – getting up to speeds of 50 miles an hour.

These are the incredible images of a thrill-seeker who decided he couldn't wait for snow to arrive - and sledged down the side of a VOLCANO. Adrenalin junkie Matt Karsten flew down the side of the Cerro Negro volcano, in Nicaragua, central America, with just a tiny wooden sled to guide him down the steep ashy slopes. Matt managed to negotiate his way down the 728 metre volcano in just under four minutes - getting up to speeds of 50 miles an hour.

These are the incredible images of a thrill-seeker who decided he couldn't wait for snow to arrive - and sledged down the side of a VOLCANO. Adrenalin junkie Matt Karsten flew down the side of the Cerro Negro volcano, in Nicaragua, central America, with just a tiny wooden sled to guide him down the steep ashy slopes. Matt managed to negotiate his way down the 728 metre volcano in just under four minutes - getting up to speeds of 50 miles an hour.

These are the incredible images of a thrill-seeker who decided he couldn't wait for snow to arrive - and sledged down the side of a VOLCANO. Adrenalin junkie Matt Karsten flew down the side of the Cerro Negro volcano, in Nicaragua, central America, with just a tiny wooden sled to guide him down the steep ashy slopes. Matt managed to negotiate his way down the 728 metre volcano in just under four minutes - getting up to speeds of 50 miles an hour.

These are the incredible images of a thrill-seeker who decided he couldn't wait for snow to arrive - and sledged down the side of a VOLCANO. Adrenalin junkie Matt Karsten flew down the side of the Cerro Negro volcano, in Nicaragua, central America, with just a tiny wooden sled to guide him down the steep ashy slopes. Matt managed to negotiate his way down the 728 metre volcano in just under four minutes - getting up to speeds of 50 miles an hour.