The original BASEClimb documentary tells the story of two adventurers - Glenn Singleman and Nic Feteris who team up to try something everyone said was impossible.
Glenn was a mountaineer, film-maker and expedition doctor. Nic was a BASEjumper. Glenn taught Nic to climb, Nic taught Glenn to BASEjump so together they could climb and jump the 'highest cliff in the world', The Great Trango Tower in Pakistan.
Shot on 16mm film, winner of 21 International Awards.
53 minutes long.
Flying the Grand Canyon. Glenn's edit of the amazing, world first flight from rim to rim.
In 2015 Glenn, Heather and their team made the first (and only) wingsuit flight across the Grand Canyon, traveling over 12 kilometres from rim to rim. This is our fun edit to music.
The Grand Canyon by Wingsuit project took more than a year to organise. When the team finally attempted the crossing in April 2015, 60 Minutes came along for the ride.
Part Two of 60 Minutes report on The Grand Canyon by Wingsuit project. Includes the actual jump and dramatic landing.
The Baseclimb Wingsuit Project over Outback Australia. This flight was into the remote town of William Creek. No one has arrived at the Pub like this before!
In April 2016 the BASEClimb WIngsuit Team made the first wingsuit crossing over Lake Eyre in outback Australia.
Our epic trip to climb and wingsuit basejump Mt Meru in the Garwhal Himalaya of India. Six years of work, three weeks of climbing condensed into three minutes (or so).
In January 2015, Glenn, Heather, Roger Hugelshofer and Paul Tozer made the first wingsuit crossing of Brisbane city.
This is our edit of the flight.