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The 1992 base jump off Great Trango Tower carried out by Glenn Singleman and Nic Feteris.
The 1992 base jump off Great Trango Tower carried out by Glenn Singleman and Nic Feteris.
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Great Trango Tower: the base jump by Glenn Singleman and Nic Feteris

14.03.2012 by Planetmountain

The video of the BASE jump off Great Trango Tower in Pakistan carried out by Glenn Singleman and Nic Feteris.

Two people who most certainly can remember exactly what they got up to in 1992 are the Australians Glenn Singleman and Nic Feteris who that August carried out this crazy BASE jump off a ledge at 5950m on the NW Face of Great Trango Tower in Pakistan. The video is truly mind-blowing, in the thin air their 10 second free flight could have finished.... well let's just forget about that because luckily it didn't happen. For the record, Singleman holds the record for the world's highest BASE jump, carried out in 2006 together with his wife Heather Swan off Meru Peak in India. The altitude? 6604m.


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