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Watch Highest BASE Jump in South America off Huascaran

Well-known Russian BASE jumper and climber Valery Rozov was the first to jump off Huascarán in Peru, leaping from a height of 6,725 meters above the sea level.

It took five days for 52-year-old Rozov to prepare for the high jump and it wasn’t his first record. In 2016, he set a record for jumping from Cho Oyu 7,700 metres.

He has also jumped from the north face of Mount Everest, Shivling, Kilimanjaro and Mont Blanc.

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