World’s highest rock climbing wall floats in the air 4,000 feet above ground

World’s highest rock climbing wall floats in the air 4,000 feet above ground

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Ironically, to reach the world’s highest rock climbing wall one must first descend. Those lucky/foolhardy enough to give the lofty section of wall a try, reach it by climbing down from a hot air balloon basket.

WORLD’S HIGHEST CLIMBING WALL

In the video from the Denver Climbing Company, the climber unclips from his rope, then hangs from a single hand hold before suspending himself upside down by his feet. Viewers might suspect the daredevil has a death wish, but his seemingly reckless derring do is greatly ameliorated by the fact he is outfitted with a parachute.

Daniel Krug, Hank Caylor, and Max Fanning filmed their floating adventure 4,000 feet in the air over a sprawling suburban development in Colorado using GoPro HERO4 cameras.

Daniel Krug, Hank Caylor, and Max Fanning climb the world's highest climbing wall

2018-05-07T09:00:08+00:00 May 7th, 2018|

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