Most people are perfectly content taking in Utah's majestic Castle Valley from the ground. But, Théo Sanson isn't normal. So, he decided he just had to see it from nauseating heights while walking a slackline from peak to peak. Because that's normal.
The French adventurer recently crossed a slackline measuring more than 1,640 ft. that stretched from The Rectory to Castleton Tower in Castle Valley, Utah, and naturally, someone caught it all on film. Or, digital video, anyway. It's said to potentially be a world record, but no one's giving out that Guinness World Record certificate yet. Seriously, it seems like everybody, man or beast, has broken a record these days.
The views alone are stunning, and you barely even notice Mr. Sanson walking through the sky. But that gives you an exact idea just how ridiculous this stunt was.
Take a gander at the prime footage below.
ACROSS THE SKY - a world record slackline in the utah desert from Camp 4 Collective on Vimeo.
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