BASE jumps can be done from objects as low 200' (AGL) to as high as 15000' (MSL), and freefalls can exceed one minute. BASE equipment and both physical and psychological preparation are critical to surviving the varying object dynamics. Jumpers typically have several hundreds of parachute jumps from an airplane before attempting to BASE jump, which is arguably the most dangerous sport in the world.

One of the most exciting and potentially dangerous aspects of the BASE jumping experience is how the jumper gets to the top the exit point. This is often facilitated through free-climbing, aid climbing, existing structure facilities, and on occasion helicopters where support can be established. BASE also opens the doors to some of the most exotic and beautiful locations around the globe.

Experiencing the different cultures that play host to some of the premier jump sites is also a priceless reward and one of the most inviting aspects of BASE.

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