Little known epic fact # 47: The closer you get to the center of a slack line, the slacker it gets. For most people dealing with the increased give in the line, especially if balanced above, say, a canyon is uncomfortable to the say the least. Not Ryan Robinson though. He loves it.
Watch as the barefoot virtuoso bounces, wiggles, and cavorts on a single filament of webbing one hundred feet above the floor of the Consumes River Gorge in Placerville, California. Director Bryce Van Leuven's dark, moody shots and eclectic angles give the whole thing a dream-like quality and emphasize the fact that this aint your everyday line-walking.
This Guy Slacklines Better Than Most People Dance | Lines in the Sky, Ep. 3
An obscure part of an obscure sport there are only a handful of people who are out there looking and search for new first ascents in the game of High-lining. Ryan Robinson, has been on the search for newer, higher, longer, and the scariest high lines that haven't been sent. His dedication and drive for the slack life separates him from the rest.
Join Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright as they embark on an epic journey to climb all 15 of California's 14,000 foot peaks in a push, using only bikes, hiking and climbing for transport. What they think will be a fun but difficult mission soon...
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