You stand in the buffeting wind at the center of a suspension bridge over the Bhotekoshi River. Water is surging, some 160 meters below in the gorge. Spread your arms and lean back, letting gravity pull you down.
The freefall from the Last Resort podium is roughly four seconds, plenty of time to watch the steep canyon walls zip past as you plummet toward the sediment-rich water.
Before you know it, the bungee has done its job, slowed your descent, and you bob safely above the water, feeling the adrenaline course through your veins. You’ve just bungee jumped, high in the Himalayas.