- A video posted online shows the moment a jeep drives vertically down a cliff
- The stunt took place in Hurricane, Utah, at Sand Hollow State Park
- The chute is usually driven up, but these daredevils drove down instead
- Some viewers expressed doubts about if it really happened, suggesting they may have flipped the video or used a winch cable
An amazing video posted online shows the moment a jeep slowly climbs down a vertical chute.
Sand Hollows State Park in Hurricane, Utah, is a popular spot for four-wheel driving and has several jeep trails.
The vertical chute in the video is meant to be driven up.
The jeep starts at the top of a vertical chute that is meant to be driven up instead of down
The car makes its way down the chute in a daredevil stunt that few would attempt
Instead, these daredevils chose to drive down a steep-sided passage in a custom-built jeep.
The video shows the car starting at the top of the chute and then slowly making its way down the steep cliff.
When the vehicle reaches the bottom, it drives off in the sand.
Agility Customs from Sandy, Utah, posted the video with the caption: ‘This is a Jeep our shop built and we took it down to Sand Hollow to go wheeling.
‘This is the Chute obstacle and people usually just go up it and we decided to get video of our Jeep coming down it since it is so steep.’
YouTube commentators aren’t so sure the video is real.
One user commented: ‘lol u can see a winch cable when he comes down’.
Another said: ‘Cmon now guys. He obviously reversed up the wall and someone flipped the video …. for real though this is nuts’.
The company describes themselves as a full-service off-road shop that can also do customization of any vehicle.
Relief! The jeep makes it to the bottom of the vertical passage without incident