WATCH: Epic GoPro Videos that Make You Want to Travel Now

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An outtake from a record-setting skydive with almost 140 skydivers over Illinois.

There’s nothing like getting a bird’s-eye view on travel — especially from a GoPro video harnessed to an eagle or a daredevil human, for that matter. From a World Record-breaking vertical skydive with 138 jumpers over Ottawa, Illinois (above) to a pack of crazy climbers who scale skyscrapers, we’ve got 10 videos that will give you an entirely new perspective on the world we live in.

Go Unicycling in Moab

Didn’t these guys see that movie about the guy who gets stuck in the Utah desert? Here, the sick skills of 19 fearless unicyclists who went downhill in Moab.

Flightsee Over Greenland

You’ll get a whole new feeling for Greenland when you see it from an F16 cockpit, courtesy of Royal Danish Air Force Major John “STI” Kristensen.

Take an Insane Bike Ride in Chile

Zoom through this hilly seaport city in Chile during the Valparaiso Cerro Abajo Race, an urban biking competition that is said to be more dangerous than skydiving.

Look into a Crystal Ball in Lisbon

It’s easy to see why Portuguese street performer Luis Reis attracts the crowds in Lisbon — he juggles a crystal ball in a way that is mesmerizing.

Soar Through Switzerland

Jeb Corliss has base jumped off everything from the Eiffel Tower in Paris to Venezuela’s Angel Falls. Here, the risk-loving adventurer dons a wingsuit and takes flight in the Swiss Alps.

Fly Above the French Alps

So what does it feel like to ride the wind like an eagle? This is how — in the French Alps, no less.

Climb the Shanghai Tower

Check out these vertigo-inducing scenes of Shanghai, courtesy of a pack of fearless Russian climbers.

Explore a Beautiful Island in Thailand

Soar along beaches and through lush valleys in this breathtaking tour of a remote Thai island called Koh Yao Noi.

Go Hot Air Ballooning (and Then Some) in New Zealand

Would you ever walk a tightrope between two hot-air balloons? Andy Lewis did, 4,000 feet above New Zealand.

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