An ultra high definition tour of the stunning Zion National Park in Utah by the More Than Just Parks project.
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Last weekend, Théo Sanson completed a record breaking 500m slackline walk across the desert between The Rectory and Castleton Tower in Castle Valley, Utah.
You hoovered the stairs and landing. But that’s good too.
A giant, hand-weaved net strung and centred 122m high between two cliffs by Utah BASE jumpers, the Moab Monkeys.
Each member of the group faced a 60m tightrope walk to reach the cradle before jumping.
Devin Graham and his glamorous posse head up the hills of Moab, Utah with ropes and minicopters for a spot of photogenic highlining.
It’s also a less-than-subtle promo for the Ford Explorer, but it’s hard to begrudge them the corporate sponsorship.
No wait. Not hard. Mandatory. That’s it.
Free-runners Jeremy Carpenter and Sinjin Cooper take to the Tatooine-like Goblin Valley in southern Utah for a spot of Force parkour, foregoing the usual light-saber shennanigans in favour of buck leppin’.
Obligatory behind the scenes feature here.
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Marshall Miller goes speedflying down Utah’s Mount Superior to the tune of Take a Minute by K’naan.
Previously: Seconds From Death: All The Way Down