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Amazing paragliding POV footage3m21s

Amazing paragliding POV footage

User 'BASEjumper' shares with us some awesome clips of technical landings while paragliding. It also includes an epic jump from a military aircraft!

Wingsuit proximity flying across the planet2m28s

Wingsuit proximity flying across the planet

Explore the beautiful landscape of our beautiful planet in this point-of-view wingsuit proximity flight video. Lines featured: 1. China - Tianmen Mountains from National Park, Zhangjiajie, 2. Brazil - Rio de Janeiro, Pedra da Gávea, and 3. Switzerland - Walenstadt.

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Published: February 17, 201529,906 views
Insane winter wingsuit BASE jump in France1m36s

Insane winter wingsuit BASE jump in France

The Brevent exit in Chamonix, France was first opened in 2012, but following a series of accidents within a short amount of time was closed by local authorities. It remains one of the most technical wingsuit exits in the world with a large ledge, very low departure, electric cable, and a ton of paragliders. Here you can feel the rush during a winter jump!

Wingsuit proximity flying over amazing Norway1m28s

Wingsuit proximity flying over amazing Norway

World wingsuit league contender Yuri Codeiro is flies here like a real white-tailed Norwegian eagle in the Gudvangen Valley. What amazing scenery! The view at the exit point is beyond beautiful. Credit to 'BASEjumper'.

BASE jumper leaps into the unknown54s

BASE jumper leaps into the unknown

A point-of-view BASE jump that will definitely make your palms sweat! Watch as Darjus takes a risky leap into the clouds from the top of a radio tower in Russia.

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Published: December 19, 201495,842 views
Base Jumper Collides With Building In Russia31s

Base Jumper Collides With Building In Russia

These things might not always make sense, but some people actually enjoy doing them. Whether we’re talking about adrenaline sports or absolutely extreme stunts like this one, they are among the most common hobbies in the world. You might be wondering why, so let’s revisit a biology lesson in order to explain this. It all boils down to a hormone called adrenaline. It is released by our adrenal glands usually in really stressful situations, thus getting the name ‘fight or flight’ hormone. What it does is speed up all of our normal functions, starting with our heart beating faster, making the blood flow faster to wherever it is needed. Along with adrenaline, the body releases other hormones that flow faster through the blood vessels thanks to adrenaline, some of them being the hormone of happiness - serotonin and the natural pain-reliever, the hormone endorphin. This heady mix of hormones is what makes these activities worthwhile to the so called adrenaline junkies. This footage shows us that adrenaline sports shouldn’t be taken so lightly. There is a high risk of injury that might turn out to be lethal. A BASE jumper in Russia experiences an incredibly scary moment after slipping upon his exit from a building rooftop and losing control during his landing. Luckily, he only suffered a few minor scratches and bruises during the incident. BASE jumping stands for parachuting or wingsuit flying off of buildings, antennae, spans and tall Earth objects like cliffs and mountains.

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Published: December 12, 2014174,466 views
Wingsuit proximity flying through the clouds1m01s

Wingsuit proximity flying through the clouds

Ian Mitchard takes us on the ride of a lifetime from the top of Brevent in Chamonix, France. The Brevent is considered one of the most dangerous BASE jump exits on earth and involves some incredibly tense moments. Check it out!

Wingsuit terrain flying in France and Switzerland1m56s

Wingsuit terrain flying in France and Switzerland

Incredible point-of-view footage featuring wingsuit pilot David Covel flying in Brevent, Chamonix, Le Petit Ferrand, France and Lauterbrunen Valley in Switzerland with Squirrel Team members Ian Mitchard, Scotty Bob, Mathew Kenney, Hartman Rector, Mike Steen and Matt Gerdes. Check it out!

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Published: November 10, 201446,315 views
How to land your wingsuit in line twists1m04s

How to land your wingsuit in line twists

Sometimes moments in life don't exactly go to plan and you need to improvise! Watch how wingsuit pilot Richard lands after finding his parachute lines twisted, it's an incredible moment! Luckily he ended up being okay and suffered no injury after this scary flight through a Utah mountain exit.

POV wingsuit proximity flight in Switzerland2m33s

POV wingsuit proximity flight in Switzerland

Incredible point-of-view footage featuring professional wingsuit flyers in Walenstadt, Switzerland. Starring: Ian Mitchard, Scotty Bob, Mathew Kenney, Hartman Rector, David CL, Mike Steen and Matt Gerdes. Powered by Squirrel.

Wingsuit pilots fly inches above terrain1m01s

Wingsuit pilots fly inches above terrain

Check out the incredible point-of-view footage from Ian Mitchard flying the Chateau de Cartes in France with fellow wingsuit pilots Scotty Bob, Hartman Rector, David CL, and Mathew Kenney.

POV wingsuit BASE jump filmed in Norway2m09s

POV wingsuit BASE jump filmed in Norway

In this incredible point-of-view wingsuit segment, titled, The Endless Playground, Frederik 'Bruce Lee' Hedeen, Yuri Cordeiro, Ramon Rojas, Julie Wentz, Jimmy Pouchinotti, Trent Conroy, and many others enjoy a high-flying BASE jump adventure from mountain peaks in Norway.

Wingsuit pilot jumps from mountain's edge1m08s

Wingsuit pilot jumps from mountain's edge

Follow World Wingsuit League Yuri Codeiro on his wingsuit proximity flight off Innerer Fisistock of the Bernese Alps, overlooking Kandersteg in the Bernese Oberland. He started BASE jumping six years ago and quickly took up wingsuit Base, using his pilot knowledge and experience to quickly progress into one of the sport's best wingsuit pilots.

Wingsuit proximity flight through trees1m02s

Wingsuit proximity flight through trees

An incredible tree slalom wingsuit proximity flight over the left line off Sputnik exit in Walenstadt, Switzerland. Special thanks to Nick, James Y., Darren B. and Snake River BASE Jumping School. The only limit is the one you set yourself!

Wingsuit flying along mountainside cliff1m43s

Wingsuit flying along mountainside cliff

Kandersteg is located along the valley of the River Kander, west of the Jungfrau massif in the canton of Bern, Switzerland. It is noted for its spectacular mountain scenery and sylvan alpine landscapes. In this feature, experience a POV wingsuit proximity flight session over the Kandersteg terrain, rear camera included. Special thanks to Nick, James Y., Darren B. and Snake River BASE Jumping School. Credit to 'BASEjumper'.

Student skydiver experiences scary moment1m25s

Student skydiver experiences scary moment

There isn't one moment to take a calm breath in this video. Every moment leaves you tense. During an accelerated freefall level 3 lesson, a student skydiver named Eugene S. witnessed a very tense moment. He was stuck on his backside while free falling and he was spinning uncontrollably. The amount of fear he must have been feeling at this moment is crazy. It's already scary enough jumping out of a plane, you wan't the free fall to go as smoothly as possible! Luckily for Eugene, one of his quick thinking instructors, was able to stabilize his spinning motion after getting into a safe position. Everything can happen in a blink of an eye. One moment, Eugene was fine, and the next, he couldn't stop spinning. This is a very scary moment, all these people are so brave! Thank goodness they were all able to get out their parachutes so they could land safely! Are you adventurous but aren't really up for sky diving? Why not try out scuba diving and snorkeling? You don't have to jump off a plane for this activity! Check out this diving and snorkeling equipement !

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Published: September 22, 2014341,815 views
Wingsuit flying through the 'Crack' Gorge in Switzerland1m24s

Wingsuit flying through the 'Crack' Gorge in Switzerland

Soaring at speeds of up to 180 kilometers per hour, wingsuit BASE jumper Magnus N. has embarked on his latest conquest - taming the 'Crack' gorge off the Sputnik exit in Switzerland's beautiful Churfirsten mountains. Check out the amazing wingsuit proximity POV footage and you will witness his amazing skills flying just few meters above the mountains!

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Published: September 9, 201421,306 views
Wingsuit basejump from top of mountain to beach2m53s

Wingsuit basejump from top of mountain to beach

What's the fastest way to descend a mountain and land right on a beautiful beach? A wingsuit basejump! Check out this incredible POV flight from a mountaintop in Walenstadt, Switzerland. From 'BASEjumper', "Special thanks to Nick, James Y., Darren B. and Snake River BASE Jumping School."

Wingsuit proximity flying over rugged terrain1m39s

Wingsuit proximity flying over rugged terrain

From BASEjumper, "Poncione d'Alnasca is a beautiful summit in one of the most wild and rugged places of Switzerland. Another wingsuit base jump, another beautiful location. Special thanks to Nick, James Y., Darren B. and Snake River BASE Jumping School." This POV footage will definitely leave your palms sweaty, check it out!

BASE Jumper survives cliff strike in Switzerland37s

BASE Jumper survives cliff strike in Switzerland

Incredible POV footage featuring a terrifying cliff strike in Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland. Injuries suffered: broken pelvis in three places and surgery, three months in a wheel chair and almost 9 months of recovery. The best news of all though, he survived. Always wear protective gear! Credit to 'BASEjumper'.

Proximity flying from a mountainside cliff1m39s

Proximity flying from a mountainside cliff

Antoine Laporte and friends navigate Croix des Tetes, a mountain of Savoie, France in their tracking suits. Proximity flying in tracking gear leaves almost no margin for error and requires a more specific choice of flyable lines - if you get too deep, you don't have wings (wingsuit) to help you get out. Tracking gear consists of a jacket and pants that inflate with air, which then increases push force when you move your body through the air.