Tandem B.A.S.E. Jump from 300 feet or higher
Sketchy Andy Lewis gives a thrill seeker the ride of a lifetime at sunset in Moab Utah. Photo by Sylvan Slacks, courtesy of B.A.S.E. Jump Moab
BASE jumping is an extreme adrenaline sport in which a person self deploys their own parachute from a fixed object such as a Building, Antennae, Span (Bridge) or Earth (cliff)
Tandem BASE jumping is a relatively new variation of this activity in which one jumper is attached to another using a special rig or harness.
Tandem BASE jumping will force participants to not only confront the fear of heights (Acrophobia) and the fear of death (Thanatophobia). It will also require you to face the fear of trusting another human being (Pistanthrophobia)
If you are looking for a way to dramatically expand your comfort zone and trust with other people, Tandem BASE jumping may be for you.
WARNING: Never perform this or any test you see on this site without expert guidance and instruction from experienced professionals.