The nerve-shredding footage shows the pair soaring alongside a 6km cable line – the longest in the world.
Incredibly, Russian divers, Ratmir Nagimianov, 29, and Gleb Vorevodin, 35, managed to get a mere ten metres away from the cable carts, giving Chinese tourists an unlikely surprise.
The whacky wingsuiters were forced to make split-second life or death decisions as they hurtled downwards.
“There is an aerial lift which you can take to get the top of the Tianmen mountain, we were aiming to fly as close the cable carts as possible.
“Because of the high and speed of the initial jump, it was incredibly difficult to line up with the cable carts.
“But on the second jump we got really close, I’d say we were about five metres away.
He said it was an “incredible experience” and even though it looks amazing on camera, the footage “really doesn’t do it justice”.
Colombian skydiver Jhonathan Florez set the world record for the highest altitude jump in a wingsuit in April, 2012.
He leapt 11,358 metres only a day after he had set the record for the longest wingsuit flight, after remaining airborne for nine minutes and six seconds.
Wingsuit flying dates as far back as 1930, when 19-year-old American Rex Finney used a suit to increase horizontal movement and maneuverability during a parachute jump.