In Monument Valley we realized a unique and long-held dream: BuildingBridges.
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Niklas had the rare opportunity to highline between two hot air balloons. By managing the full length he broke the world record for the highest slackline ever walked above ground.
Aerial stunt with airplane pilot Kirby Chambliss and highliner Alexander Schulz on a 250 m long highline 300 meters above the sea at "Tetakawi" in Sonora, Mexico.
Looking for an aesthetic urban highline we ended up in the most ugly European city. As so often Johannes was the one to keep us going. Without him this project would have never been realized.
During his first slackline trip to China Alex managed to walk a 375 m long highline and thus broke the old world record by more than 70 m.
With this urban highline between Pfeifturm and Moritzkirche in Ingolstadt we rigged the first slackline at, respectively over, a German church.
In the Bavarian Alpes Alex walked a 140-meter-long highline in summer 2013 breaking the highline world record.
We were to go south to escape the low temperatures in March. The two most suitable places were the French coast near Cassis with its precipitous rock walls and Catalonian Montserrat in Spain. However, in the end it was snowing even in Spain...
After having failed the first time in spring 2012, we rigged the 110-meter-long polyester highline – the longest ever rigged so far – during the First Slackline Festival at Hochkönig.
A dinner on a space line!
Find out here how this idea came about and how it was realized!
Illegal highlines in a closed down refinery, which was about to be pulled down. Here you find the pictures with our report.
After the Mönchsbüffel Johannes climbed the Eiger north face in order to rig 2 highlines with Bernhard at the "Mushroom".
Rigging the 50 meters long highline at Mönchsbüffel was an event that affected Johannes most.
The UNESCO world heritage 250 km southeast of Thessaloniki is one of the most beautiful destionations of Europe. We spent sightseeing there, however, in our own way.
After the first expedition in 2008 was a great success we knew that there were more first ascends.