Daredevil Breaks World’s Longest Free Solo Slackline Record

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.

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