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Next Level Parkour on the Rooftops of Tokyo

Jason Paul, a German-born “freerunner”, is really good at jumping off and around stuff. His athletic prowess includes a Spiderman like precision, which is on display in this video of him leaping from rooftop to rooftop in Tokyo, Japan. He refers to this jaunt across the skyline as his morning walk, even though this casual term includes launching himself over railings, between buildings, and down cement staircases. Even if you live in a big city, we wouldn’t recommend trying this unless you’re also a Redbull sponsored freerunner - and those are few and far between. 

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WATCH: Ski BASE Jumpers Send it To Another Galaxy off the Rock Springs Buttress near Jackson Hole
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WATCH: Ski BASE Jumpers Send it To Another Galaxy off the Rock Springs Buttress near Jackson Hole

WATCH: Ski BASE Jumpers Send it To Another Galaxy off the Rock Springs Buttress near Jackson Hole

Three things can be learned from this minute-long ski BASE clip. The first, is that if you decide to ski BASE, it doesn't hurt to bring a drone for footage. The second, is that if you need a picturesque locale to send it, the Rock Springs Buttress just beyond the boundaries of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a solid setting. And the third is that every clip is better when set to the music of Run the Jewels. Filmed by Tim Schwartz, the edit includes BASE jumping icons Richard Grove,

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An Intimate Look at the Latest El Cap Speed Record
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An Intimate Look at the Latest El Cap Speed Record

An Intimate Look at the Latest El Cap Speed Record

Yosemite’s El Capitan is a mountain of the extremes. The 3,000-foot tall Mecca of North American rock climbing has drawn climbers’ attentions since it was first climbed in 1958 by Warren Harding, Wayne Merry, and George Whitmore. It took them 47 days to climb the face via the Nose route, using expedition-style tactics. Two years later, Royal Robbins led a team of climbers up the same route in under a week. By 1975, the route had been climbed in a day, albeit not free. It was not until 1993

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This Could be the best 4K Northern Lights Video You’ll Ever See
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This Could be the best 4K Northern Lights Video You’ll Ever See

This Could be the best 4K Northern Lights Video You’ll Ever See

There’s really not much to say about this other than the fact  that nature can be pretty freakin’ rad, putting on light shows that make Red Rocks look like child’s play. For those of you lucky enough to have seen the Northern Lights in person, good for you, for everyone else this might be the best film we’ve ever seen capturing their surreal beauty. Filmmaker and astrophotographer Adrien Mauduit spent 10 days hanging out in the Arctic Circle to capture the Aurora Borealis at its finest,