Man walks slack lineacross Yosemite Park's Upper Falls

A brave slack-line enthusiast incredibly walked between the two ends of Yosemite Park's Upper Falls in California's Sierra Nevada mountains
  • A brave slack line enthusiast walked between the two ends of a waterfall 
  • The fall is at Yosemite Park's Upper Falls in California's Sierra Nevada mountains
  • He caught it on video, including the moment he lost his balance and almost fell

If you're afraid of heights then you should look away now.  

A brave slack-line enthusiast incredibly walked between the two ends of Yosemite Park's Upper Falls in California's Sierra Nevada mountains.

The slackliner's feat was captured in stunning video that shows just how far the daredevil had to walk, and how high he was from the ground. 

The man uploaded his video to the website Jukin Media to share with others around the world his adventure. 

Trailed by only a harness, and no safety net, the man wobbled his way between the two edges of the monstrous water fall.  

At one point in the video, he seems to begin to lose balance, and actually falls. 

Though at a high distance, he keeps his cool, and clearly know what he is doing in the way that his body collapses onto the line, so that he is able to keep hold of the rope the entire time.  

He then pulls himself back up onto the rope, and is able to stand back up and continue the rest of the way along the line. 

 At one point in the video, he seems to begin to lose balance, and actually falls. Though at a high distance, he keeps his cool, and clearly know what he is doing in the way that his body collapses onto the line, so that he is able to keep hold of the rope the entire time

At one point in the video, he seems to begin to lose balance, and actually falls. Though at a high distance, he keeps his cool, and clearly know what he is doing in the way that his body collapses onto the line, so that he is able to keep hold of the rope the entire time

Suspended in mid air, the feat looked even more impressive because of the movement of the falls beneath him, and the depth displayed by the rocks on the cliff. 

Though the stunt seems nerve wracking to anyone watch him complete it, the slackliner was able to keep his composure through the entire thing, and cross the entire distance. 

The entire video, lasting four minutes, shows his full journey from one end to the other, and has anyone watching wondering just how he had the nerves to do it.  

 Suspended in mid air, the feat looked even more impressive because of the movement of the falls beneath him, and the depth displayed by the rocks on the cliff

Suspended in mid air, the feat looked even more impressive because of the movement of the falls beneath him, and the depth displayed by the rocks on the cliff

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