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  • Andy Mueller

    In order to set the world record for highest tightrope walk ever, a Swiss stuntman named Freddy Nock decided to scale Bavarias 9,000 foot tall Zugspitze mountain by tightrope walking the mountains 1,000 meter long cable car wire. If thats not impressive enough, he did it all without a balancing pole or harness.

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In order to set the world record for highest tightrope walk ever, a Swiss stuntman named Freddy Nock decided to scale Bavaria’s 9,000 foot tall Zugspitze mountain by tightrope walking the mountain’s 1,000 meter long cable car wire. If that’s not impressive enough, he did it all without a balancing pole or harness.

Nik Wallenda walks over Niagara Falls on a tightrope. As he crossed, Wallenda said he had an 'unbelievable view' from the cable.

Not to sure but maybe watch someone do this in my life lol

Topmost and largest Suspension Bridge In Nepal. Villagers in Parbat district of Nepal couldn't believe when they first heard about this bridge that would connect district headquarter to rest of its VDCs through 344 meters long Kusma-Gyadi suspension bridge above 135 meters. After all, seeing is believing. Everyone benefited from this bridge specially the local commuters. Hours of walk is now reduced to few minutes.

Deep Reflection / Königssee, Bavaria

Neuschwanstein, model of Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty's castle

The Königssee is a lake located in the extreme southeast of the German state of Bavaria, near the border with Austria

  • Stacy Martin

    A beautiful area - take the time to do the boat ride to the Cathedral and enjoy the "echo chamber" while on this boat!

  • Evelyn ~

    Thanks for the suggestion, Stacy! :)

beautiful walk along the mountainside

Sky walking on Mount Nimbus in Canada

A team of scientists, engineers and balloon pilots re-created the iconic house from Pixar's UP. Setting a new world record for the largest balloon cluster, the house flew for more than an hour!

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