Spencer Seabrooke achieved an incredible feat earlier this month by setting the world record for the longest free solo slackline, beating the previous record by an astounding 7 meters (approx. 23 feet). The 26-year-old Canadian took to beautiful British Columbia's Stawamus Chief Mountain in Squamish to set up a 2½-centimeter-wide (approx. 1 inch) nylon webbing rope across the mountain's 64-meter-wide (approx. 210 feet) North Gully, 290 meters (approx. 950 feet) above ground. A DJI Inspire 1 drone was on site to provide us with 360° views of Seabrooke's performance in its entirety against the stunning backdrop of Pacific Northwest views.