Jumping Straight Down The Side Of A 1110 Metre Cliff Looks Like A Neverending Free Fall

Jumping Straight Down The Side Of A 1110 Metre Cliff Looks Like A Neverending Free Fall
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Video: The drop doesn’t seem to end. And that’s because the jump is off a 1110m cliff in Norway. At that high of an elevation, that free fall will feel like it’s going on forever. It’s probably long enough to make you question what the hell you just did over and over again. It’s probably long enough to have your life flash before your eyes a couple times through. It’s probably long enough to maybe even forget the craziness of what you’re doing.

This drone footage shows some pretty exhilarating footage of BASE jumpers at Kjerag in Norway. I love the overhead angles of the cliff that reveal just how dramatic that plummet is.

[Espen Hatleskog via Digg]