Mushroom Cliff Base Jump

Leaping from a 4,500ft high cliff and plummeting through the air at 120mph wouldn’t be everyone’s idea of fun, but for these thrillseekers it was an experience of a lifetime. The daredevils took part in the jump from Mushroom Cliff on the north face of the Eiger in Switzerland as part of a base jumping class. The stomach-churning sport saw the extreme sport enthusiasts trek 45 minutes through the Swiss Alps, before throwing themselves off the edge.

 Leaping from a 4,500ft high cliff and plummeting through the air at 120mph wouldn't be everyone's idea of fun, but for these thrillseekers it was an experience of a lifetime. The daredevils took part in the jump from Mushroom Cliff on the north face of the Eiger in Switzerland as part of a base jumping class. The stomach-churning sport saw the extreme sport enthusiasts trek 45 minutes through the Swiss Alps, before throwing themselves off the edge.

 Leaping from a 4,500ft high cliff and plummeting through the air at 120mph wouldn't be everyone's idea of fun, but for these thrillseekers it was an experience of a lifetime. The daredevils took part in the jump from Mushroom Cliff on the north face of the Eiger in Switzerland as part of a base jumping class. The stomach-churning sport saw the extreme sport enthusiasts trek 45 minutes through the Swiss Alps, before throwing themselves off the edge.

 Leaping from a 4,500ft high cliff and plummeting through the air at 120mph wouldn't be everyone's idea of fun, but for these thrillseekers it was an experience of a lifetime. The daredevils took part in the jump from Mushroom Cliff on the north face of the Eiger in Switzerland as part of a base jumping class. The stomach-churning sport saw the extreme sport enthusiasts trek 45 minutes through the Swiss Alps, before throwing themselves off the edge.

 Leaping from a 4,500ft high cliff and plummeting through the air at 120mph wouldn't be everyone's idea of fun, but for these thrillseekers it was an experience of a lifetime. The daredevils took part in the jump from Mushroom Cliff on the north face of the Eiger in Switzerland as part of a base jumping class. The stomach-churning sport saw the extreme sport enthusiasts trek 45 minutes through the Swiss Alps, before throwing themselves off the edge.