Head of BASE

Rebecca Aggvin Løchen



B.A.S.E. jumping is the recreational sport of jumping from fixed objects, using a parachute to descend safely to the ground. "BASE" is an acronym that stands for four categories of fixed objects from which one can jump: building, antenna, span, and earth (cliff). Participants exit from a fixed object such as a cliff, and after an optional freefall delay, deploy a parachute to slow their descent and land. A popular form of BASE jumping is wingsuit BASE jumping.

B.A.S.E. jumping in Voss

There is plenty of B.A.S.E. sites within an hour's drive from Voss. Huge wingsuit exits (biggest 1450 meter), big walls for tracking and loads of slider down cliffs. Our famous heliday in Gudvangen is located in one of UNESCO's World Heritage areas - surrounded by mountains, waterfalls and narrow valleys. Where you can enjoy a breathtaking view and follow the B.A.S.E. activities happening all day.