You know the ones. You see them at the local park, bouncing on a rope tied between two trees. They travel in packs and one of them might have an acoustic guitar. They're slackliners!
However, Spencer Seabrooke seems to be far removed from the bumfluff balancing acts who populate your local greenspace. I mean, he recently walked 64 metres across the Stawamus Chief gully in Squamish, British Columbia, on a slack-line, with no harness or nothing. That's 300 metres up.
He fell a few times, but he managed to hold on to the end.
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