In October 2013 Jeremy Jones and Luca Pandolfi spent three weeks trekking into the Nepalese Himalaya to ride lines on the top of the world. Jeremy rode a successful first descent down a 21,400 ft unnamed peak that will be featured in his new movie HIGHER. This next-level line also landed him the cover and a feature story in the March issue of Transworld Magazine. Go behind the line with Jeremy and photographer Andrew Miller in this awesome new Transworld video about the epic adventure.
Behind The Line - Jeremy Jones’ First Descent In The Himalaya
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