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Put all your concentration just on one point - that is what already fascinated me doing my first steps on a slackline.
Now a few years later the dream of highlining became reality. The adventure, the climbing, the mountains und especially the very nice people your are doing the projects together made me addicted.
Once started with highlining, you see the world through different eyes. Every gap in alpin or urban space becomes a potential highline spot.
On the highline you are in the absolut present, just the actual moment counts. That is what slacklining means to me.
Projects I've been involved with:
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.
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.
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.
By walking the entire 327 m long slackline over water Alex improved the record in waterlining once more.
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.
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...
In 2012 we rigged a highline for the ski professional Felix Neureuther at the summit of "Zugspitze".
Also for us an unforgettable memory...
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!
Alex realized his dream by walking the first 300-meter-long polyester slackline. Watch the pictures, the video and read the report here.
Belogradtschik, Bulgaria. Never heard of?
Then you had better read the report, plan the next holiday and travel to a true highline paradise.
Illegal highlines in a closed down refinery, which was about to be pulled down. Here you find the pictures with our report.
skiing + slackline = fun²