AMAZING 360 degree camera footage show the moment a thrillseeking climber reached one of the highest points of the Matterhorn.

Tim Howell, 31, filmed himself balancing precariously on a narrow ridge that connects the Italian summit and Swiss peak of the Matterhorn mountain range.

He had a breathtaking view of Cervin, Italy, to the right and Zematt, Switzerland, to the left from his lofty vantage point.

Tim, from Martock, Somerset, said: “I set off to climb the Matterhorn from the Italian side and wingsuit from the swiss side.

“There are two summits. One is the Italian and slightly lower, than the Swiss one and this narrow ridge connects them.

“Both are 2000m plus. Unfortunately, we didn't get to jump because of the high wind, but the views were out of this world.”