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Author: Rob Slade

Last week we shared a video of a guy traversing an extremely narrow, snowy ridge in the Alps, but if you thought that was vertigo-inducing, you haven’t seen anything yet.

We stumbled upon the following video when we were perusing the most adventurous clips on YouTube and we have to say, our jaws were very much on the floor by the end of the footage.

The video follows Hayley Ashburn and Marshall Miller as they ascend and jump from Ancient Art in Fisher Towers near Moab, Utah.

If you thought the base jumping part would be the most heart-stopping you’d be mistaken. As crazy as the jumps are, it’s the approach work to get to the top of the tower that is the most nerve-racking and it puts last week’s ridge to shame.

Check out the video below and then let us know what you think.