British stuntman and skydiving instructor Gary Connery made a new record. He landed his wingsuit safely without opening his parachute.
After three appreciation jumps, Gary left the heli at 2400ft to land in a pit made of 18,000 cardboard boxes.
USA, Arizona is the theater of the incredible Miles, never stopping to twist and turn, here in his wingsuit
Miles is stoked pretty much all the time. The US Air Force brat made his first solo skydive at 25 and he’s made over 3100 since. The Wingsuit expert now teaches BASE jumping in Twin Fall’s Idaho where he can share his love of flying.
Enjoy this intense wingsuit edit made by Dutch flyer Ferry Jacobs.
Jacobs left his home-place to live in the French Alps where he enjoys the mountains. We hope he his 2012 summer will bring us the same type of images.
Enter the wonderful rocky landscapes of the Italian Dolomites from a special perspective. Five base jumpers, members of the Italian clothing company Turbolenza, set the mission to fly from the 5 highest exit points in 5 days.
In the video, Maurizio Di Palma and Roberta Mancino perform in front of the aerial cameras of James Boole and Noah Bahnson and the ground and helicopter cameras of Vania Da Rui.
Nice video edit of Jokke Sommer, a professional wingsuit pilot. The young man flies over terrain during the last season. Great watching on dreamy days.
Jokke also took part in the video posted earlier from Tiger and Friends.
Here is a nice edit from wingsuit pilot Tom Erik Heimen, celebrating the joy of life through one of the freest way of expression today.
Amongst the featured pilots in this video is Rodolphe Cassan, from our previous entry.
A brilliant interview of Robert Pecnik, my favorite mountain wingsuit flyer. Robert is maybe the most experienced wingsuit flyer and manufacturer today.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the feelings of happiness, relaxation and adrenalin rush flying around beautiful European mountains shared by the wingsuit-flyer Martin.
The Troll Wall Restaurant is located at the foot of the tallest vertical rock face in Europe. Designed by Norwegian studio Reiulf Ramstad Architects, its glass edges let the visitor enjoy the landscape.