Ride a zip line down a 700-foot building

01:26, Aug 07 2014

Ride a zip line down a 700-foot building? Challenge accepted.

It's just another day for a six-person crew of professional BASE jumpers that has travelled to Panama City with Devin Supertramp (whose real name is Devin Graham) for an insane stunt.

Graham works as a filmmaker in Salt Lake City, Utah, proposing jaw-dropping stunts - and then recording them on a GoPro camera.

The videos have become a pervasive presence online.

His latest video has no shortage of moments that will make your palms sweat.


After the crew zips down the 10,000-foot line from a building, the jumpers release themselves with a parachute and land gracefully onto the grassy platform.

Now, take that adrenaline rush and go forth and conquer the day.

Or just proceed puttering.

This article originally appeared on Mashable.