Skydiving denotes two slightly different activities: until 2009 it meant climbing on tall locations and jumping down together, trying to achieve the longest fall before panic-linking; closer to actual skydiving.

To find new places to jump from, skydivers little by little learned to jump around invisible barriers. By 2009–2010, skydiving came to mean 'gitching', run-jumping on colliders to cross them and land on areas not normally meant to be seen.