WATCH | Red Bull Air Force base jump highest peaks in the Drakensberg


credit Wayne Reiche

 

Red Bull Air Force visit the Drakensberg, South Africa, on December 11, 2018

The Drakensberg mountain range stretches over 1000 km across South Africa and Lesotho, with its highest peak at 11, 424 feet. This highest portion of the Great Escarpment is known by the local Zulu community as uKhahlamba: Barrier of Spears. The place is renowned for its dramatic peaks, pinnacles and valleys.

Red Bull Air Force, a team of the most accomplished aviation experts in the world, soar through this mythical wilderness and attempt the first-ever wingsuit flight from two of its most alluring landmarks: The Sentinel and the Eastern Buttress.

Credits:

RED BULL AIR FORCE ATHLETES

Miles Daisher
Jon DeVore
Mike Swanson

PRODUCTION TEAM

Director: Andrew Kirkby
Cinematographer: Joshua Rowe
Cinematographer: Daniel Walsh
Executive Producer: Keane Balt
Producer: Kirby Kruger
Offline Editor: Andrew Kirkby
Assistant Editor: Herman Du Toit
Online Editor: Timothy Weyer
Sportive Director : Gloei Cilliers
Local Athlete & Safety Officer : Julian Boulle

RED BULL MEDIA HOUSE

Project & Athlete Manager: Josh Enslin
Executive Producer: Angela Illing
Production Manager: Noli Masango

SPECIAL THANKS

Royal Natal Park
Westline Aviation
Silvercross Helicopters


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