Tolunay Duman / Mersin, Sep 3 () - The world-renowned Australian base jumper Cam Tracey jumped from a 52-story and 175-meter-long skyscraper and landed onto the touristic gigantic “cave of Hell” in Turkey’s southeastern province of Mersin, offering dazzling drone footage from the sky.
The 37-year-old adventurer has jumped from world’s tallest Chinggis Khan Statue in Mongolia and Jesus statue in Bolivia as well.
“I had the chance to test the convenience of dynamic and thermal air stream of the region. This region is one of the unique places to paraglide. I would also love to participate to Paragliding Festival organized by Tarsys Enduro Club in October” said the famous base jumper.
- Cam Tracey chatting with Head of Tarsus Enduro Club, Nihat Şan
- Cam Tracey saluting people in Turkish
- Cam Tracey preparing for the jump
- Tracey hanging in the air
- Drone footage of “Seven sleepers”
- Cam Tracey landing on the ground
- Tracey’s jump onto the sinkhole of Hell
- Footage recorded by Tracey’s portative camera
- Tracey while paragliding
- Head of Tarsus Enduro Club Nihat Şan’s speech
- Interview with Tracey