Slacklining a few feet above the ground seems challenging enough, but what about 100 meters up, and over a massive waterfall no less? That’s exactly what the team of adventurers in this video did when they made the first slackline crossing over Kanangra Falls in Australia’s Blue Mountains. Along the way, they also made a beautiful video that captures not only the landscapes around them exceptionally well, but spirit of their challenge too. Attempting something like this is a bit too far out of my comfort zone, but watching them do it is an amazing sight to behold.
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