Daredevil, 47, captures moment he hung from cliff 1,300ft in air

What a cliff hanger! Daredevil captures himself on camera dangling above the clouds and 1,300 feet from the ground

  • Mike Hutton, 47, captured astonishing images while visiting Bamford edge in the heart of the Peak District
  • The photographs show Mike dangling from the famous rock called Gargoyle Flake –¬†1,312ft above the ground
  • He was able to capture his brave climb by balancing the camera and tripod on the edge of the mountain

A daredevil has captured astonishing images of himself dangling above the clouds in the Peak District.

Mike Hutton, 47, was visiting Bamford edge in the heart of the Peak District when he managed to climb the rock and capture the impressive moment himself.

The images show Mike dangling from the famous rock called Gargoyle Flake – 1,312ft above the ground.

Mike Hutton, 47, was visiting Bamford edge in the heart of the Peak District when he managed to climb the rock and capture himself dangling above the clouds in this astonishing image


He lowers himself slowly down the cliff edge (left) before hanging by just one hand. He was able to capture his brave climb by balancing the camera and tripod on the edge of the mountain – something which captured the images automatically

He was able to capture his brave climb by balancing the camera and tripod on the edge of the mountain – something which captured the images automatically.

Mike said: ‘I had an idea to capture an image of someone rock climbing above a temperature inversion for several years.


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‘The route in the photo was selected as it is at an altitude of approximately 400m which would ensure it to be above the clouds during a temperature inversion and it has a stunning backdrop.

‘After years of waiting all the elements came together on a beautiful winters day.’¬†

Mr Hutton (pictured) said it was a dream of his to capture an image of someone rock climbing above a temperature inversion 

He picked the specific cliff because ‘it had an altitude of approximately 400m which would ensure it to be above the clouds during a temperature inversion and it has a stunning backdrop’

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