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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 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.

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

my man dean. i have had this photo hanging up in my room even since they printed it in a patagonia magazine. this is so legit.

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stairway to heaven on Oahu, Hawaii, I can't believe I didn't know about this when I lived there! Ugh! Hopefully I will get to go back someday!!

Omg I'm getting nervous just looking at this.

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