I KNEW Kelly McGarry was badass when I first saw the video of him backflipping over a 72-foot-long canyon gap, but this new film is on a whole other level.

Filmed 5,602 meters above sea level at India’s Khardung La, McGarry and his pal Jeremy Lyttle take on the highest vehicle-accessible mountain pass in the world.

I rammed my fist in my mouth and thought of their mothers when I saw how close the boys were riding to house-sized boulders; I laughed at the part with the barber… And unlike 99% of travel films set in the Himalayas, it doesn’t feel like a montage of rejected Koyaanisqatsi scenes. Enjoy.