Balls Pyramid: Mit dem Wingsuit über den schmalsten Vulkan-Felsen der Welt

Balls Pyramid ist eine unbewohnte Felsinsel in Form einer 562 m hohen Pyramide, die ca. 600 Kilometer östlich des australischen Festlandes in der Tasmansee liegt. Jeb Corliss und sein Kumpel Luigi Cani sind mit ihren Wingsuits über diesen Überrest eines ungefähr sieben Millionen Jahre alten Schildvulkans geflogen und haben fantastischen Aufnahmen mit ihren GoPros gemacht.

„A few years back a fan posted a picture of Balls Pyramid on my FB page and asked if it could be jumped. When I saw the picture I couldn’t believe the place was real. I thought it had been photoshopped. I then started doing a little research on google and found out the place was very real and next to an amazing island called Lord Howe. I sent the picture to my very good friend Luigi Cani and asked him if he thought this would make a good location for a project. He said absolutely and he started putting everything together to go there and fly wing-suits next to this amazing and beautiful location. It may be the single most beautiful place I have ever been. It really did feel like an alien landscape from another planet.“

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