A skier falls over a cliff after following someone else’s trails near the Telluride, Colorado ski resort. Luckily, he walked away with only a minor shoulder injury.
BASE jumper extraordinaire Jeb Corliss recently shared raw footage from his wrist-cam filmed during the Flying Dagger stunt in China. It shows how close he came to the cliff wall:
Meanwhile in Iran…an ostrich hits the snowy slopes of the Shemshak ski resort.
After the first group of Chamois goats escapes the avalanche near Pralognan-la-Vanoise in the Rhône-Alpes, you think that the second group are goners, but then the miracle happens and they all survive. Yay goats!
I’d faint after 20 seconds…
Scotty Bob manages to one-up himself with a wingsuit proximity flight through a narrow canyon in Utah.
I’ll add this to my list of nopes. Filmed at the Svolværgeita, Norway.
A badger gets scared by a film crew. Don’t worry, he was OK. Badgers are tough that way.
A guy rescues a sheep stuck in a fence in New Zealand, only to watch it tumble down a very steep hill. The sheep did eventually get up and ran away on its own, so I’m guessing it was OK.
Ice climber Mark Roberts fell while free soloing Parsley Fern Lefthand Gully in Wales, on February 24. Roberts was climbing with two of his buddies when he was knocked off by a chunk of falling ice that came loose after the guy above him tried to get a good axe placement. He was rescued by Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team 30 minutes after the incident. Mark’s GoPro helmet-cam recorded the scary slide down the gully. Watch the video below: