1. Header
  2. Header-80

Welcome: If this is your first visit, start by reading the following…
Feel free to leave comments at the bottom of a page, or become an Editors and change the actual contents.


Recent changes
If this is a return visit, click here to see what Editors have recently changed.

About the New BASE Wiki.


This page is a chapter in 'BASE Wiki Getting into BASE'

BLiNC Magazine does NOT recommend ANYONE to get into BASE. It takes a certain type of person to become a BASE jumper and more likely than not, you are not that person.

This WIKI, while full of useful information, will NOT adequately prepare you to make a BASE jump!

For many experienced jumpers, BASE is an incredibly rewarding activity. It is more than a sport, and it has the potential to affect your life in many different ways, both positive, and negative. Few jumpers regret getting into BASE. Nevertheless…

Don’t Do It

However, in case you’re unable to shake the desire to throw yourself towards the planet, BLiNC allows you to explore one possible way to get into it.

BASE is extremely difficult, so, if some day, (despite our advice) you find yourself at the edge for the first time, make sure you are ready. Not just physically, but mentally too; you are about to enter a whole new world.

Welcome to BLiNC, explore, read, understand, and Good Luck.

There are many ways to get into BASE and many opinions on BASE out there, make sure you talk to many different people and read all the available Resources before making that first jump.

BLiNC suggests the following steps:

  1. Make sure you gain an Understanding of what BASE really is. Your idea of BASE might be more romantic than what the reality is. Reconsider whether BASE is what you really want.
  2. Make sure you are the Type of Person that will make a good BASE jumper. Reconsider if you are what BASE really wants.
  3. Tell your Friends and Family about your plans.
  4. Become an expert at Skydiving with a focus on BASE Jumping skills such as canopy control.

Besides BLiNC's version of getting-into-base, other people have written articles about it too:

BLiNC Magazine strongly encourages readers to comment on its content. Read the Disclaimer and the policy on Site Naming. Posting a comment releases it in the Public Domain. These comments will be moderated. If you see inappropriate content, please notify the administrator
All rights reserved. No republication of this material, in any form or medium, is permitted without express permission of the author. All images and words are protected by U.S. and International Copyright laws. Copyright 1994-2011

This page has been seen 18,586 times.

Current Discussion: Main discussion

  1. No comments have been posted for this discussion.

Users Browsing This Page (0 members, 1 guests)