Queenstown fall guy Chuck Berry has been at it again.
The local daredevil notched up three personal bests, including a New Zealand first, while recently freefalling from Terror Peak – Milford’s 1400-metre high, helicopter-access-only cliffs.
It was Berry’s highest jump, longest freefall and first wing-suit base jump from a cliff in NZ.
Berry, 42, was joined by American base jumping gurus Shane McConkey and Miles Daisher for the breathtaking, 35-second freefall.
The state-of-the-art suits meant they were able to “cover an enormous amount of country”, Berry says.