A BASE Jumper jumped off at Tianmen Mountain, which is located in Hunan Province, northwestern China. It is absolute an insane move. Video was recorded by GoPro cam, and the footages are very similar to the scenery from the blockbuster movie Avatar. Yes, those floating mountains featured in the film were inspired by the unique landscape formations which is similar to Tianmen Mountain. Watch the incredible video after the break.
Tianmen Mountain is a mountain located within Zhangjiajie National Forest Park. The most notable geographic features of the park are the pillar-like formations that are seen throughout the park. They are the result of many years of erosion. These formations are a distinct hallmark of Chinese landscape and can be found in many ancient Chinese paintings. The floating mountains featured in Avatar were inspired by those pillars, as a Hollywood photographer spent time shooting there in 2008. The province’s government even rename one of the park’s pillars, as “Avatar Hallelujah Mountain”, hoping to cash in on the movie’s massive success.
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