By Jack Newman For Mailonline
Published: 09:37 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 09:37 GMT, 1 March 2019
Climbing up a perilous 2,300ft fort with a near vertical drop either side of you would be scary enough with harnesses and handrails.
But these friends took it a step further when they ascended the notorious Kalavantin Durg in the rain and with nothing but their hands and knees - and their guide wasn't even wearing shoes.
Thrill-seekers Abhishek Kumar Singh and Nishant Neerav filmed their ascent of the perilous zig-zag hike to the top of the stone fort in India only accessible by a hand-carved staircase.
Friends Abhishek Kumar Singh and Nishant Neerav climbed the notorious Kalavantin Durg in the rain with no harnesses
The ascent, known as the 'Climb to Heaven', features a hand-carved staircase to the summit of the 2,300ft fort
They faced near vertical drops if they lost their footing but the weather did not deter the intrepid adventurers
With no handrails or safety equipment, the two friends and their guide faced near vertical drops either side if they lost