BASE jumping

BASE jumping
Base Jumping grew out of skydiving. BASE jumps are generally made from much lower altitudes than skydives, and a BASE jump takes place close to the object serving as the jump platform. Because BASE jumps generally entail slower airspeeds than typical skydives (due to the limited altitude), a BASE jumper rarely achieves terminal velocity. Because higher airspeeds enable jumpers more aerodynamic control of their bodies, as well as more positive and quick parachute openings, the longer the delay, the better they’ll feel

Place where This adventure held

El Capitan – Yosemite National Park, California

New River Gorge Bridge – Fayetteville, West Virginia

Perrine Bridge – Twin Falls, Idaho

Troll Wall – Norway

Angel Falls – Venezuela

Trango Towers – Northern Pakistan

Burj Khalifa – United Arab Emirates