Rap Jumping at Whistler Blackcomb in British Columbia
You've bungeed, you've rock-climbed, you've heli-skied, you've zipped down a zip line more times than most people have zipped up their jackets. But have you ever jumped face-first off a 5,000-foot peak? No? Sissy. Prove your mettle by rap jumping off Whistler Peak in summer. Where normal rappelling involves facing the mountain and bouncing down with your feet pushing off from the wall, rap jumping goes the other way. It's just like bounding along the ground -- if the ground were turned 90 degrees, and you were jumping toward the bottom of the valley. Let me know how that goes for you.