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Can you see the skier? Nerve-jangling pictures show extreme sportsman hurtling down 13,000-ft vertical drop in Swiss Alps

Mirror logo Mirror 21/10/2016 Anthony Bond

Mountain Mountain At first glance, these pictures appear to simply show a large daunting-looking mountain.

But look a little bit closer and you’ll actually see a daring skier descending down the huge 13,000ft peak at speed.

Credits: redbullcontentpool © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: redbullcontentpool Jeremie Heitz, 27, was captured in these stunning images skiing down the terrifying mountain in Switzerland’s Pennine Alps.

Against the backdrop of the daunting, sheer-white cliff, the tiny figure of the 27-year-old can just about be seen on the vast slopes.

The extreme sportsman - was filming a video for Red Bull - can be seen with plumes of snow trailing behind him as he makes his way down at speed.

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The skier has been skiing since he was a toddler and says he was just two when the completed his first run.

He says his life philosophy is to “enjoy your time at 200 per cent” and his taken is “never saying no to new adventures, Mail Online reported.

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As part of the project, he selected 15 of his favourite peaks to ski down.

The Pennine Alps are a mountain range in the western part of the Alps.

Credits: Red Bull © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: Red Bull They are located in Switzerland, close to the Italian border.

The highest peak is about 15,000ft.

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