From Our Editors
While Lake Powell looks breathtaking on the 25-minute plane ride up to the towering heights of 10,000 feet, it looks even more stunning as you freefell over it at speeds of up to 120 miles per hour. Lake Powell Skydiving's Clint MacBeth tailors solo and tandem experiences to get customers' adrenaline pumping while providing the safest jumps available. He uses state-of-the-art gear and knowledge gleaned from more than 6,000 jumps, which began with the first jumps that he completed at the age of 7 under the human wings of his father and grandfather. Today, he attempts to make his clients' jumps as memorable as his own first leaps, documenting the thrills of the jump with two cameras to create a video that lets clients relive the emotions of their jump again and again. The site's speedy film services sets the videos and images to music in just 15 minutes, so it's ready to show during a job interview that afternoon.