Suz has a hard landing which leaves her with a bittersweet ending to her trip. Braden conquers a high-alpine wingsuit flight and showcases the challenges and rewards that accompany flying wingsuits in hard to access locations. The pair reflects on their journey, their perspectives on risk and what lies ahead.

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After piling in a station wagon with their friends from heliboogie, Suz and Braden drive to Italy where they enjoy the sunny weather, famous Italian food and a side of wingsuit BASE jumping. As the weather improves elsewhere in Europe, the crew heads to Switzerland to attempt to get on top of the Eiger Mushroom, one of the most famous mountains in the Alps and a coveted BASE jump.

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The excitement is high for Braden, Suz and the rest of the jumpers as the weather clears just in time for Heliboogie (an annual BASE jumping event in Kjerag, Norway). Braden continues to dial in his wingsuit on a variety of jumps in the area, and Suz talks about how it feels to jump a wingsuit off a cliff after her successful first flight on a new suit. As the event wraps up, they say goodbye to friends new and old and start planning where to go next.

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Braden and Suz pack their bags and travel to Norway to prepare for the Kjerag HeliBoogie, an annual BASE jumping event that attracts jumpers from all over the world. In this episode the pair warms up to the area with a few tracking jumps before Braden puts on his new wingsuit and flies it from […]

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Braden Dean and Suz Graham are both winter-sport athletes that met through a love of flying and outdoor adventures. Join them as they pack up the truck and drive down the coast from Whistler, BC to Lodi, California to break in their new wingsuits and prepare themselves for the summer BASE jumping season.

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This band of seekers have found a treasure, a mother lode if you will… it’s time to stake their claim and strike it rich! This treasure…. it’s not the conventional kind … gold, diamonds or other such things … this treasure is much more rare. Found only in the alpine, an land of unrelenting rock […]

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This is the mountain village of Whistler, 675m above sea level. Forested with old growth fir and cedar. An important black bear habitat. Criss-crossed by deep valleys making way to endless glaciers. There are few paved roads but instead many miles of intersecting logging roads and dirt trails. It is an El Nino year. We are on the far edge of the Howe Sound, famous for fierce storms, which will make landfall from the west, come December.

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