Walking Across Canyon, Daredevil Breaks Record for Longest Free Solo Slackline
Slackliner Spencer Seabrooke walked over 200 feet across a 1,000-foot high canyon in Canada and broke a slackline record.
A British man has just broken the world record for the longest, free solo slackline walk.
He even slipped off the rope and caught himself twice.
Seabrooke crossed the two mountains in Squamish Valley, British Columbia, and was filmed with a drone by cinematographer Zachary Moxley.
Spencer is a professional slackliner and co-founder of SlackLife BC, where they participate in some pretty incredible adventures.
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