CSUN rock climber lives for adventure

His family starts the countdown for him to jump.

Three, two…

He looks around Lake Mead. Nothing but dirt and dust, sharp-edged rocks around him, a lake below, and the sky above. Palms sweating, heart beating, legs shaking, he feels the adrenaline rush through his body as he peers down from the 55-foot cliff.

The water looks transparent and inviting. It calls him to dive in.  He slowly walks to the tip of the cliff, closes his eyes, and takes a deep breath.

One…

Cliff jumping. It  is the most adventurous thing he has ever done and this is his first time.

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