Stunts & Daredevils

A Kid Jumps Off A Six-Storey Balcony Into A Pool1m26s

A Kid Jumps Off A Six-Storey Balcony Into A Pool

Some people never stop to amaze us with their sense of adventure and thirst for extreme endeavors. Sometimes people’s behavior is unpredictable and incredibly stunning. From brilliance to geniosity, from exaggeration to wisdom is what marks the true nature of people. The limits of doing things that may change your life are sometimes invisible, avoidable or easy to ignore. We are all different and there lies the beauty. What is important is not to lose the fun along the way. The more exciting the risk, the more appreciated it becomes. For this guy here, the initiative of jumping off a 6-story balcony into a pool is definitely worth the risk. It is probably not his first time doing it, since he behaves like a real professional in terms of dangerous undertakings. He is doing it with such an ease- like a walk in the park. Which is not. It is actually an unpredictable and delicate act on his part that we are left breathless watching it. Scary as it may be, this guy just loves it. Adrenaline rushes through his body as we can hear him breathing heavily, all excited. With a GoPro attached to his head, he is looking for a place where he can best perform his crazy idea. He runs to it, and when he finally finds his ‘perfect’ spot, he doesn’t think twice, climbs over the fence, gets ready and off he jumps. Luckily, he hits the center of the pool and as if it is not enough, he goes on climbing a wall just to join his friend who was watching all along. Warning: Don’t you ever try this!

Published: February 17, 20182,672 plays$4.77 earned
Brave Daredevil Jumps 25 Feet Into A Tiny Pocket Of Ocean1m56s

Brave Daredevil Jumps 25 Feet Into A Tiny Pocket Of Ocean

This is the stomach churning moment when a daredevil performs a heart-stopping leap off the top of a 25-foot-high wooden construction into a tiny pocket of water. Footage shows the brave man climbing on top of the wooden scales, looking down at the rocky surface washed with waves. Your knees will get weak when you watch this kid jump off a 25 foot staircase and land into some really surgey water. Unreal! This daredevil must have practiced jumping into tiny pockets of water, because judging by this video, he is very much experienced in tackling heights and calculating his landing. We could only imagine what went in his mind when he was getting ready for the crazy jump, standing on the edge of the wooden scales, praying to land on water. Watch as this fearless daredevil shows some amazing jumping skills while searching for adrenaline. This brave man decided to try jumping 25 feet into a tiny pocket of ocean from a high wooden construction. We sure admire his courage and skills! Only the most experienced climbers and divers who enjoy deadly challenges should attempt such jumps, because this is no joke and the deadly quest should be approached with great caution. The man took his time and calculated the situation in detail, only to jump in the most favorable moment when the tiny pocket was optimally covered in deep waves! What we found most shocking is the state of ease this daredevil has when he goes for such a deadly adventure. Walking on the edge of a high wooden construction is very dangerous and is both physically and mentally demanding, especially when you know that one wrong move might kill you. Clearly this thrill-seeker seems happy with his jump and films the entire death defying act on his action camera. Would you dare to jump into a tiny pocket of water surrounded by rocks?

Published: February 8, 20181,548 plays$3.22 earned
Take A Leap Of Faith And Jump From The World’s Tallest Rope Swing15s

Take A Leap Of Faith And Jump From The World’s Tallest Rope Swing

Have you heard about the Big Rush? It is located in Durban, South Africa, atop the Moses Mabhida Stadium, and it holds the title of the world’s tallest rope swing according to Guinness. Here you can jump 288 feet off the world's highest rope swing and experience a unique adrenaline rush! Adrenaline junkies can either ride a Sky Car or hike 550 stairs to reach the top, but there’s only one way down. There’s no turning back once you reach the catwalk some 350 feet in the air. Footage shows the adrenaline pumping moment when a man takes a swing and goes at speeds of up to 75 miles per hour. “Three, two, one, jump”! Watch as this daredevil steps off the catwalk and disappears into the void at Moses Mabhida Stadium. As the rope catches at about 288 feet, the man swings in a long and satisfying arc across the whole stadium with adrenaline coursing through his veins. Yelling in triumph to thousands of empty seats! Imagine stepping to the edge and marveling at the stadium workers below who look like ants crawling through the grass. Incredible! This object was actually built for the FIFA World Cup soccer games in 2010, and it’s really a work of art. Its beautiful white arches rise 100 meters into the air over the city of Durban and make for a truly astonishing view! Would you take a leap of faith and jump from this stadium on a rope swing?

Daredevil Scales Mt. Huashan, World's Most Dangerous Hiking Trail27s

Daredevil Scales Mt. Huashan, World's Most Dangerous Hiking Trail

This is the stomach churning video featuring what it feels like to scale Huashan, one of China's five Great Mountains, which has a long history of cultural and religious significance. Don’t look down as this daredevil adventurer scale the dangerous Chinese mountain trail! A group of people hiked about five hours to reach the plank road and walk along the mountain at over 7000 ft of height, on pieces of wood nailed to the side of the mountain. Footage shows one daring traveller balancing precariously on a three-foot-long wooden plank, pretending to step off the path, dangling a foot above the drop. The bold hiker films himself leaning over the edge of the plank, tethered to side of the mountain only by the slim harness which is clipped to the thin wire that runs down the side of the mountain. That is crazy! The trail includes steel rod ladders, toeholds carved out of the cliff and the narrow wooden plank walks. It is very dangerous as there are nothing but planks to walk on and a rail of chains to hold on to. A slim harness keeps walkers from falling but there is no one to ensure that walkers wear their safety gear. The 7066 ft tall Mount Huashan is considered to be one of the five sacred mountains in China, and locals call it the “most precipitous mountain under heaven”. Impossible pathways have been carved all over the crags, and it is this place that has caught the imagination of adventurers everywhere. Mt. Huashan has been a place of religious importance after the Daoist temple was established at its base. Since then, pilgrims, monks and nuns have inhabited the mountain and the surrounding area. A network of dangerous and precipitous trails allows them to access the mountain’s five summits, each of which has a religious structure like the tea house on the southern summit. Together, these five summits form the points of a flower shape. In addition, the paths have been reinforced due to a recent influx of tourists, but they are nonetheless dangerous, and carry a reputation for fatal falls. Although no official statistics are kept, some say that the number may be as much as about 100 fatal falls a year.

Daredevil escapes death after insane bridge stunt goes wrong42s

Daredevil escapes death after insane bridge stunt goes wrong

WARNING: Do not ever attempt the stunt performed in this video! A skateboarding daredevil attempts to ride down the Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam, Netherlands. What was this guy thinking?! The adventurous spirit is seen casually approaching the suspension, cigarette in hand. He then straps his board on his back and scales the suspension bridge, climbing 456 feet to the top. His friends then run to the other side of the bridge, hoping to get a better angle on his upcoming stunt. Even with maximum zoom, the dude looks like an ant on the video. So he gives the signal and begins grinding down the suspension, looking like he will make a spectacular landing. But do not be fooled, because it took him a split of a second to lose balance and fly down into the Nieuwe Maas river, followed by the terrified screams of his friends, as they watch. But is it all as it seems?

Adventurous Mountain Climber Scales Deadly Knife-Edge Ridge49s

Adventurous Mountain Climber Scales Deadly Knife-Edge Ridge

This fearless daredevil shows some amazing balancing skills and goes in a search for adrenaline. This brave man decided to try running on a knife-edge ridge in the Bavarian mountains, up on his way to Watzmann, which is Germany's second highest peak. We sure admire his courage and skills! Only the most experienced climbers who enjoy deadly challenges should attempt such climbs, because this is no joke and the quest should be approached with great caution. There are some technical and strategic challenges, and the task of picking a pace in world of high-altitude climbing. The story of this adventurist starts with the urge of free spirit to conquer new summits and walk on the edge. Footage captured the daring jog across the ridge as daredevil runs across this pointy knife-edge ridge. The favorite climb for many people are knife-edge ridges. Knife edge is classic mountaineering. A mountain ridge is a geological feature consisting of a chain of mountains or hills that form a continuous elevated crest for some distance. The line along the crest formed by the highest points, with the terrain dropping down on either side, is called the ridgeline. Ridges are usually termed hills or mountains as well, depending on size. This breathtaking video left us speechless with all its mesmerizing wilderness setting and few ascents for the deadly knife-edge ridge, only adds to the allure of the adventure. What we found most shocking is the state of ease this climber has when he goes for such a deadly adventure. Walking on the edge of a steep cliff is very dangerous and is both physically and mentally demanding.

Published: November 6, 20176,879 views
Crazy teen climbs radio tower in the Caribbean2m59s

Crazy teen climbs radio tower in the Caribbean

This teenage parkour runner from SuperStokedFilms free-climbs a radio tower on a mountain in the Caribbean. Enjoy the ride as we witness this daredevil scale the tower from a POV perspective. DO NOT attempt to re-create or re-enact any stunt or activity performed in this video! Parkour is a dangerous activity and can lead to serious injury and/or death.

Published: September 24, 201623,829 views
Redneck drives a duct tape car off a cliff4m58s

Redneck drives a duct tape car off a cliff

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Daredevil Climbs Ridiculous Heights To Jump In Pool1m00s

Daredevil Climbs Ridiculous Heights To Jump In Pool

Have you ever seen a video where as soon as you saw it, your stomach dropped and you have an anxious feeling in your body? That seems to be the case in this video right here as this guy attempts something that will surely make even the bravest of people a little bit nervous. Check out how high up this daredevil climbs a ladder before jumping into the pool far down below. During the whole ordeal he keeps very calm and not scared. Kudos to him for being really brave! Just when you thought that he has climbed high enough, he shatters that thought and climbs even higher! How can he even do something like that? Doesn't he get scared? What we do know is that this makes for one entertaining video! That dude has some serious skill, jumping in that tiny pool from such a height! How did he not plat flat on the surface of the water? Our brains are turning to mush just by trying to comprehend that. Have you ever seen something like this before? Would you even attempt to do something like this? We would love to hear your opinion so please do not hesitate to leave a comment down in the comments section! Please share this video with your family and friends as this is one clip that will surely keep them on the edge of their seats! This is one clip that no one should miss!

Fearless Daredevil Slides Down Extremely Tall Skyscraper18s

Fearless Daredevil Slides Down Extremely Tall Skyscraper

Many of us find pleasure and comfort in relaxing and maybe taking a walk on the beach and enjoying the little things in life. Some of us prefer something more extreme such as skiing, snowboarding. And for some of us that like the utterly extreme sports, we might consider bungee jumping, skydiving and even going out to wind surf. But come of us find pleasure into things that bring adrenaline and scare, such as something you would find in this video. Here we have some random person that has decided to put their life on the line, climb up a very tall skyscraper and slide down the slanted roof of the very tall building. We cant guarantee you will have the nerves to watch such a daredevil video but if you feel that your guts can take it, be our guest. This kid is not only amazingly brave, but also may not have any value over his own life. Lets start with the climb that is unfortunately not shown on this video. How much of a crazy person would you have to be to not only climb up but not consider coming down less then a thousand time on the way. So, after he makes it up, which is clearly shown in the video, he walks on the very far left of the roof where there is no barriers and only the aluminum roof that is very much slanted towards the ground. Guess what, he barely sits down, slides along the edge and even takes a tumble, thank god its toward the middle of the roof and not toward the edge. Needless to say this guy is crazy! Take a look at his unforgettable adventure down the roof top!

Daredevils take on deadliest road in the world5m06s

Daredevils take on deadliest road in the world

This stretch from Killar to Kishtwar, between the villages Ishtyari and Tyari, is one of the most dangerous, scary, and exciting stretches of roads in India (and perhaps the world). Check out this GoPro footage from a dirt bike as it takes us on a tour of this crazy and beautiful place.

Damn Daniel! Wingsuit Pilot Hits Target at 120mph1m08s

Damn Daniel! Wingsuit Pilot Hits Target at 120mph

Occurred: July 26, 2016 / Da Shan Bao, Yanjin, Zhaotong, Yunnan, China Info from Licensor: "World-famous BASE jumper and daredevil, Miles Daisher attempts the stunt he has always dreamed of: hitting a target while flying in his wingsuit at 120mph. For Miles, this dream came true when he competed at Wings for Love, a BASE jump fundraiser event in China. Wings for Life helps raise money for social causes in Chain. It was here in China, Dashanbao, Yunnan Province, where Miles made his dream come true. Accompanied by fellow pro wingsuit pilot, Chris 'Douggs' McDougall as his cameraman, Miles exits the helicopter and starts making a b-line for his target (a set of styrofoam wings, only a couple of feet in diameter.) Miles' target extends several feet out from a small spectator building, leaving him little room for error or miscalculation. It is also here at this platform where spectators are watching and anxiously awaiting to see Miles make personal history. With incredible precision and fluid grace, Miles hits his target head on, making his "BASE Dream" come true!" Credit: Miles Daisher & Chris Douggs /

Published: July 28, 2016134 plays$0.07 earned
Underbar tutorial – parkour and freerunning: How to8m08s

Underbar tutorial – parkour and freerunning: How to

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Watch these two amazing ladies show some freerunning skills1m53s

Watch these two amazing ladies show some freerunning skills

2 of the worlds best female freerunners Luci Steel ( & Sydney Olson ( hit Santa Monica Beach in Los Angeles California with Jesse La Flair ( for some parkour and Freerunning Fun in the sun. Luci: Instagram: Facebook: Youtube: Sydney: Instagram: Facebook: Youtube: Jesse: Instagram: Facebook: Youtube: Tempest Freerunning: Instagram: Facebook: Youtube: Song: