The great journalists will go pretty much anywhere and do pretty much anything to get the story.
And although this video isn't from a war zone or part of an undercover investigation, it still takes some guts to do.
The BBC's Joanne Whalley, who reports for the travel program Fast Track, checked out a new zip line ride in north Wales.
It's said to be the longest in the northern hemisphere and the fastest in the world, with speeds of more than 150 km/h (100 mph).
Equipped with a helmet camera, Joanna's ride was pretty incredible until a head wind literally left her hanging.