VIDEO: 'Bird Man' Jeb Corliss Flies Through A Mountain In China : The Two-Way After jumping out of a helicopter from more than 6,500 feet above a mountain, the American daredevil flew through a natural gap in its walls. He then parachuted to safety. It's all on video.
NPR logo VIDEO: 'Bird Man' Jeb Corliss Flies Through A Mountain In China

VIDEO: 'Bird Man' Jeb Corliss Flies Through A Mountain In China

There are several videos out there of wingsuit flyer Jeb Corliss' latest adventure, but the most complete report with the best bird's eye view may be this one from China's CCTV. Check it out.

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The BBC says Corliss jumped out of a helicopter from 6,560 feet above Tianmen mountain in Hunan Province on Saturday before flying through the gap.

It was his second attempt. On the first, Corliss says, he jumped too early and had to take a detour to the other side of the mountain.