Insane Slackliner Crosses 660-Metre Gorge Without Safety, Then Jumps

Insane Slackliner Crosses 660-Metre Gorge Without Safety, Then Jumps
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25-year-old slackliner Spencer Seabrooke went to the North Gully of Stawamus Chief Mountain in Squamish, British Columbia, to do three things: Walk across on a slack line without safety harness (he did it on the third try), swing on a rope from the other side, and freak the hell out of all of us watching.