Canadian Breaks Free Solo Slacklining Record

Walked 210 feet, 950 feet off the ground

“I think it’s more dangerous driving here on the Sea to Sky Highway [British Columbia Highway 99] than doing what I do.” (Inside Edition / YouTube)

Canadian Spencer Seabrooke broke the world record for longest free solo slackline walk by 23 feet, in Squamish, British Columbia, CBC News reported Tuesday. In a video posted to YouTube, Seabrooke crosses a 210-foot gap in the North Gully of Stawamus Chief Mountain, 950 feet above the ground—with no harness. He slips multiple times and catches himself on the slackline. 

“I think it’s more dangerous driving here on the Sea to Sky Highway [British Columbia Highway 99] than doing what I do,” Seabrooke said in a video from CBC News.

Watch Seabrooke’s record-breaking slackline walk here:

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