We had the privilege of working with the Federal Foreign Office on various occasions before: In Beijing, Mexico City, Washington D.C. and, of course, in the context of #BuildingBridges. August 17, 2019 was a special day for us because we were invited to the Foreign Office's Open Day in Berlin. Not only were we to set up and walk a Highline, which was attached to the flagpole of the roof terrace of Foreign Minister Heikeo Maas. We also presented our #BuildingBridges films to the public for the first time.
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In Monument Valley we realized a unique and long-held dream: BuildingBridges.
Rigging the longest (217 m) and at the same time highest (247 m) urban highline line was almost as demanding as the walk itself, which tested Alex limits and for which he needed all his experiences.
650 meters long & 200 meters high – a storm blowing hard at 100 km/h impeded Alex from crossing the longest nylon slackline in the French Auvergne at first.
As a part of the festivities regarding the 25th anniversary of Ötzi (5300 year old mummy found on the glacier above the lake) Alex cruised 535 m over the beautiful Vernagt lake.
Epic slackline adventure on defense towers from World War II in the North Sea.
Only as a team and with lots of digging could the longest slackline of the world be realized successfully in a chinese desert.
A highline between two cable cars at Zugspitze 2800 m above sea level. Walking between swinging cable cars 150 m over the glacier was a unique experience for Alexander Schulz and Niklas Winter.
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.