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Stunning footage showed a daredevil skier jumping off the top of a mountain beside Ben Nevis – before racing down the slopes at 40mph.
Dad-of-one Iain Dick, 34, says he is ‘always looking for the next adventure’ and has been doing off-piste skiing in Scotland for five years.
His friend Andrew Shaw, 37, filmed the footage at 1,100m and said it reminded him of a James Bond film.
It took the pals around five hours to hike 4,000 feet up Carn Mòr Dearg – which is four times the height of the Eiffel Tower, in Paris.
But engineer Iain, from Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire, said he would rather ski down than walk.
He is planning to ski down a part of the Cairngorms, which stands at 1,309 meters.
Chartered engineer Andrew said:
The dad-of-two, from Newton Mearns, East Renfrewshire, added: