Jeb Corliss' First BASE Jump Over The Stunning Angel Falls

Andrew Revesz

Some old but stunning footage, circa 1997, from Jeb Corliss' first BASE jump over Angel Falls in Venezuela -- the world's largest uninterrupted waterall, standing at 3,200 feet (975 meters) high. What was supposed to be a one day trip turned into a 4-day expedition with no food, no water and no idea what they were doing. Not to mention it was only Jeb's 30th BASE jump!

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