The best GoPro videos of 2016 will leave you craving adventure this New Year


Cape Town - If you need a dose of adventure-inducing shots to fuel your fire for the New Year, we've got just the thing... 

Adventure camera company GoPro has filed through the best footage captured on the tiny action cameras in 2016, showing the most epic moments around the world.

Follow along through the GoPro lens as Matt Mingay takes the track on two wheels, as Julia Mancuso shreds a mountain with her mother and as Devin Williams sinks basket after basket. The compilation also features incredible bird's eye views from hot air balloon journeys and helicopters.

SEE: 20 of SA's thrilling adrenaline adventures to try 

From family outings, to hard core base jumping, to dance and music, the footage has immortalized some of the world's most epic adventures. Which is more, it's inspiring us to get out there and do more!

US firm GoPro was founded in 2002 by Nick Woodman and made more than R41 billion (from $3 billion) in just over 10 years. 

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