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EXTREME SLIDERS

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Do you know where the highest cliffs in plumb line, of the planet? In the Himalayas? Patagonia? No. It is in the sea, but a frozen sea eight months a year. It is indeed in the Arctic Circle, on the lost Baffin Island, bordering northeastern Canada.
© S. Collomb-Gros./TheReportage.com
Categories: Adventure, Mountain, Sea, Travel, Extreme Sports, Men Interest, Outdoor, Climbing, Ski, Woman Interest
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A dozen gigantic perfectly vertical walls, 1000 feet high or more, concentrated around the Broad Peak and his 1,800 meters. Absolute paradise for base jumping and Big Walls climbing, the spot also has the advantage of being traversed in which faults down to the great ice cold snow corridors protected from the wind and lit 24h/24! With Géraldine Fasnacht, we followed a crazy base jumper of La Clusaz and his buddies for the most incredible six corridors of our lives.