BASE Jumping is the the ultimate adventure sport -- free-falling through the sky without the hassle of riding in a plane. It's the adventurer's adventure and people have taken it crazy places. Here are some of our favorites from the past year...
1. From the world's tallest building
2. The biggest BASE jump ever
Rather than the tallest building, Patrick Kerber wanted to find the most height from take-off to landing – and he did. It was "The most flyable altitude as defined by the difference from exit point to landing -- 10,630 feet!"
3. The jump in the dark
Our friends Fred Fugen and Vincent Reffet, and the rest of the Soulflyers team, pulled off this insane stunt last year – a moonlit wingsuit BASE jump, with specially outfitted wingsuits featuring bright lights.
4. From the hightest mountain in the world
It's the highest anyone has ever BASE-jumped from, high up on Mt. Everest. Valery Rozov's biggest concern? Whether the air was too thin for his wingsuit to properly inflate.
5. BASE jump and inverted wingsuit flight
When BASE Jumping becomes acrobatic... In 2013, Fred Fugen and Vincent Reffet performed an inverted wingsuit flight for one of their last jumps of the season in the Dolomites. A great example of acrobatic flying.
6. The BASE from space
Purists might argue that this was a skydive, not a BASE jump – and they'd probably be right. But there's no question Felix Baumgartner's jump was unprecedented aerial artistry.
Discover more Base Jump locations...
From skyscrapers, to inside a hotel and over the beach, here's a few more cool spots people have entered the earthly atmosphere.