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Epic Video: Aaron Knight's Denali Adventure... Via Sonex (Heaven On Earth)

 I could try to say something of value to add to this incredible video... but I don't see that making your experience with it any better. I do suggest selecting HD, going full screen, and don't question anything. Just watch, listen, and see another vivid example of why we fly.

 Here's Aaron's video description from youtube:

My July 2014 Sonex trip to the Yukon Rockies & Denali Alaska. 14.5 hours of HD handheld & wingcam video condensed down to 5.5 minutes of Epic Insanity & a perfect film score. 7000+ miles, 80+ hours, in only 8 days!

Psalm 36:5-6 - Your love, Lord, reaches to the heavens, your faithfulness to the skies. Your righteousness is like the highest mountains, your justice like the great deep.

Video screenshot: wow.

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Reader Comments (4)

Beautiful video! Not to be a wet blanket, but shouldn't the pilot be on supplemental oxygen for this? Denali is over 20K feet, and this guy shows a lot of himself in the cockpit (singing, no less! Fun stuff!!) with no mask or cannula. Just a thought..........

August 31, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterAl Hiscox

Thank you for these great videos. You really make my day with these. Keep 'em coming.

September 1, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterAlex

Good question about altitude. You wouldn't be conscious at 20K without oxygen. 30 seconds and then blackout. Mt McKinley is 20,500 ft. The rest of the peaks are less, and you are over most of them at 10,000 feet. I flew most of Denali at 6K to 11K - no lightheadedness whatsoever (other than the usual at sea level, he he)... even when singing my brains out to Christian worship & praise in a 4G loop. No problem. No worries.



September 7, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterAaron Knight

Aaron- thanx for added info on your awesome Denali experience : )

September 8, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMartt (admin)

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