Wingsuit Flying Off The Troll Wall: Jokke's Adventures - Part 1

Wingsuit Flying Off The Troll Wall: Jokke's Adventures - Part 1

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Wingsuit Flying Off The Troll Wall: Jokke's Adventures - Part 1

Experience Norway from Jokke Sommer’s point of view. The wingsuit flyer takes you on a journey to some of the most spectacular locations Norway has to offer; freefall wingsuit flying at The Troll Wall in The Romsdal Alps – the tallest vertical rock face in Europe, paragliding in beautiful Lofoten under the midnight sun, and BASE jumping on the adventure island Rødøya.

The Troll Wall in the Romsdal Alps is the tallest vertical rock face in Europe, about 1,100 metres (3,600 ft) from its base to the summit of its highest point. Norwegian Wingsuit flyers Jokke Sommer, Espen Fadnes and Felix Lorentzen climb the famous mountain and perform a spectacular vertical head down carving jump from the top. Join the guys on their adventure as they plan, execute and celebrate one of the most memorable days of their lives.

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