Miles Daisher BASE Jumps The Lost City of Petra

Miles Daisher BASE Jumps The Lost City of Petra

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Miles Daisher BASE Jumps The Lost City of Petra

Watch Miles Daisher attempt his lowest BASE jump at 64 meters from the top of the Treasury in Petra, Jordan.

Miles has decided to visit Jordan for the first time along with three of Red Bull Air Force Team members to give the skies over Petra – one of the 7 Wonders of the World – a sight to see. Standing on top of the approximately 64 meters high mountain, Miles BASE jumped from the top of the Treasury in the depth of the Lost City of Petra and landed directly in front of it, in less than 15 seconds, going 20 miles per hour, in a canyon that is 100 feet wide.

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