With temperatures soaring all over the place, you may be tempted to take a dip in a local lido, pond, or other lump of cooling wetness.
However, the Cliff Life crew do things a little differently. Forgoing the genteel world of council ran pools and shopping trolley infested ponds, their approach to hitting the water is significantly more high impact.
The cliff divers take things to pant filling extremes, making even the most gnarly rock jumping you did in Newquay once look like child's play.
Not content with upping the ante by dragging a trampoline along for extra elevation, a hand full of the crew make their way up to a nose-bleed-inducing 82 foot cliff before... *spoiler alert* jumping off.
If you can't quite picture 82 feet, imagine a six foot person, with another 12 six foot people standing on their shoulders. Basically, it's higher than you'll tell your friends you got when you lie about going to Glastonbury.
While this is a rad way to beat the summer heat, it's worth remembering that the Cliff Life Crew know what they're doing. Unless you've got the same kind of skills, we recommend you stick to cooling down with a 99 from Mr Whippy, and avoiding Big Al from accounts.