200 feet is different than 800 feet. Takes about 350 feet to reach terminal velocity, assuming you are flapping, of about 120 mph. Head up, or head down, aerodynamic form, terminal velocity is about 190 mph. Not sure how many feet that takes. Question is, is there a difference between smacking into something at 80 versus 120 mph? Yeah. People have survived partial parachute failures -- May West, cigar roll, etc. all of which provide more drag, slowing speed -- sometimes even without broken bones. Another factor is where you land, rock obviously being sub-optimal. I saw a parachute accident once where the two guys (who got entangled) landed in a muddy field. Both survived, though with some injury.
If you like good docuentaries, rent "Man on Wire", about Phillippe Petit's walk between the World Trade Center in 1974.
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