How to rig a 2km long highline with 30 people in Asbestos Quebec Canada


How on earth does a 2km long highline get rigged? Watch the process on this episode. The world record long slackline was in Asbestos, Canada set up by Les Funambules Modernes.


Thank you Michael Madsen (@magicmikeadventures) for the drone footage and Nick McPhearson (@nickgoeswild) for editing.


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