MountEverest.net has word that a new BASE jumping record was set by Australian couple Glenn and Heather Singleman, who climbed the east face of Meru, in India, and did their jump at 6604 meters. The story goes into detail on how the couple spent 20 days laying down lines so they could climb the mountain before even attempting their big jump. I’ll bet that was quite a rush!
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