Slackliner Risks His Life at Australia’s 105-Foot-High Moai Tower

In his Instagram bio, Ryan Paul Robinson refers to himself as a slackline athlete—as well as an “American Ninja Warrior.” That might be the understatement of the year.

Robinson recently strapped on a GoPro and walked barefoot across a slackline suspended over a hundred feet in the air, braving what most people would consider certain death. Where’d he pull off the feat? On a rock formation in Tasmania, Australia, called the “Moai Tower,” which is usually used for climbing and somehow is even more terrifying than you’d expect. See it all in the video below but if you’re scared of heights, you might want to avert your gaze for, well, pretty much the entire clip.

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