Last week, on June 21, the summer solstice occurred here in North America. That’s marks the longest day of the year, and to celebrate BASE jumper Miles Daisher set a new world record, making 63 unassisted jumps in a 24 hour period. The biggest challenge in his quest? Climbing out of a narrow river valley 62 times, racking up some serious vertical over the course of the day. Check it out below.
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