Watch This Slackliner Nearly Plummet to His Death

Some people are risk-takers, but not everybody is Spencer Seabrooke. Seabrooke, veteran slackliner and notorious thrill seeker, recently slacklined a whole 210 feet between two cliffs in Squamish, B.C. He was nearly 1,000 feet above of the ground and completed the entire journey without a single safety aid. However, this was no cake walk for Seabrooke. Watch the video, and your stomach will turn in knots seeing him nearly fall off of the slackline not once, but twice. The video was filmed using a drone and was shot by Zachary Moxley. Seabrooke summed his experience up nicely when he said, “Without a doubt, it’s the fear of falling that keeps you alive.” No kidding.

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