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Base jumpers Felipe Acosta, Darwin Brawo, Philipp Halla, Christoph Gruber, Moises Hernandez Ziga Legvart

Video released: Vertical BASE climb Expedition Sierra Nevada del Cocuy 2012

It’s here! The official video from the base jumping and climbing expedition to Colombian Sierra Nevada del Cocuy is out. Truly looks like an awesome team and a magnificent place on earth to visit!

The full article: Base climb expedition in the Sierra Nevada’s

Read the full article here. Get a unique insight into their struggles to succeed on their quest.

Phoenix Fly Prodigy 2 wingsuit from High Nose

Getting Wings – Introducing Nikolaj (video included)

I would like to introduce Nikolaj, my good friend and traveling buddy from 2011. Nikolaj and I travelled Romsdalen, Switzerland and The Dolomites last year – what an epic trip. After tracking and doing aerials throughout his base jumping life, he decided last year that it was time to venture into wingsuit flying from the cliffs. So here’s a video from Nikolaj’s first year with the Phoenix Fly Prodigy 2.

The video was shot in Norway and Switzerland.


Nikolaj and I have planned a couple of trips for 2012. This year he will be flying his new Phoenix Fly Phantom 3, which he tested over sunny Skydive Portugal in

Wingsuit Training over Skydive Portugal

Phoenix Fly Phantom 3 wingsuit

March. I will try to persuade him to write a couple of articles here on AdventureRocket in the coming months. I know he is really happy with his new Phantom 3, so maybe he will write about this experience when he get’s a chance to jump it form the vertical cliffs of Norway or the likes.

 

 

 

Two base jumpers in black business suits Kjerag Norway

Quick Gallery test blog post – Base jumping images

Ok, so here is the demo of the prettyPhoto quick gallery functionality. Hopefully this will be more SEO and HUMAN friendly and actually use the TITLE, ALT and CAPTION tags on each and every image.I will try to use the same base jumping images I already have in the WordPress media library, but seems pretty odd to make an actual gallery with that functionality without uploading the images once again…

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