Science | July 13, 2016 5:00 am

Daredevil Does Yoga on a Slackline in Front of Yosemite Waterfall

Highline Yoga
(Kimberly Wegline/Caters News)
Yoga on a Slackline
(l to r) Sara Wilson, Michael Melner, Ryan Jenks, Kimberly Weglin, Scott Hong, and Elana Polichuk (Ryan Jenks/Caters News)
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Don’t look down. In these photos, you can see daredevil Kimberly Weglin, 23, doing yoga on a 420-foot slackline about 150 feet above the ground—directly in front of Vernal Fall in California’s Yosemite National Park. Weglin (pictured above, in the purple shirt) has been slacklining for two years and went on the daring trek with her boyfriend Ryan Jenks and pals Scott Hong, Elana Polichuk, Michael Melner, and Sara Wilson. The group is the first in history to walk that specific high-line and experience the waterfall from that perspective. Take a look at some photos of Weglin accomplishing the feat below; read Weglin’s Facebook post about it, with additional photos, here.

Highline Yoga
(Kimberly Wegline/Caters News)
Caters News Agency
Highline Yoga
(Kimberly Wegline/Caters News)
Caters News Agency
Highline Yoga
(Kimberly Wegline/Caters News)
Caters News Agency
Highline Yoga
(Kimberly Wegline/Caters News)
Caters News Agency