A HILLWALKER fast-tracked his approach again down Ben Nevis following a gruelling climb to the highest – by paragliding off the summit.
The thriller daredevil was filmed leaping off the 4,413ft iconic Scots mountain and bypassing queues of walkers to get again all the way down to sea stage on Saturday.
Wonderful video exhibits the person standing on high of the rocky peaky because the solar was shining as he anticipates his subsequent transfer.
The person, sporting a inexperienced helmet, is strapped to a big inexperienced and blue paraglide by a harness and wrestles with the tools to get organised.
He then waits momentarily for a gust of wind earlier than starting to scamper over the jaggy floor to choose up some pace.
The joys-seeker then runs in the direction of the mountain edge earlier than taking a leap into the sky the place a gust of wind shortly swoops him up into the air.
Shocked onlooker Hayley Quinn captured the video and shared it on Fb on Monday, writing: “On high of Ben Nevis on Saturday this courageous man was paragliding off it.”
The clip has attracted tons of of likes and feedback from viewers who praised the person for his ingenious approach of dodging the downwards a part of his journey.
One mentioned: “I wager his knees have been higher than mine by the underside.”
One other wrote: “What a superb thought. I actually disliked the stroll down, this may very well be for me!”
A 3rd added: “Wowsers, I wager that was heavy getting all that equipment up!”
A fourth replied: “The person’s mad! Prime respect.”
A fifth commented: “We may have executed with this after we climbed it.”
Talking immediately, Hayley, from Dunfermline, Fife, mentioned: “I used to be shocked as I hadn’t seen anybody paraglide off an enormous mountain earlier than.
“He was ready on the wind choosing his parachute up, then he began operating and he took off the facet of Ben Nevis.
“He was laughing as a result of I used to be filming it and mentioned ‘that is when issues go unsuitable’.
“It was wonderful attending to see somebody do this. I assumed he was mad as I’d by no means do this!”
Ben Nevis is the very best mountain in Scotland, the UK and the British Isles.
It’s situated in Fort William and attracts round 150,000 hikers annually.