Get ready for your palms to sweat and for your jaw to drop from this week’s Friday Flick Pick, which captures what is likely the world’s longest slackline (ahem, highline, too) ever walked on the face of the Earth.
As always, Camp4 Collective totally kills it with their remarkably well produced footage of Théo Sanson, as he walks this nearly 500-meter slackline, spanning from The Rectory to Castleton Tower in Castle Valley, Utah. The sheer fact that a team was able to rig this ridiculously long line deserves an applause on its own … let alone the incredible feat that occurred.
Related: A Line in the Sky — Tommy Caldwell & Alex Honnold in Patagonia
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