Despite the alarmingly high number of fatalities this year at Yosemite National Park, Mich Kemeter wasn’t afraid to attempt a death-defying stunt thousands of feet above ground.
The daredevil performed an amazing rope walk 3,000 feet above ground at the renowned national park, walking a stunning 82 feet from start to finish without any safety harness.
Kemeter is shown in the video below “highlining,” which is similar to tightrope walking but involves a rope that is loose and bouncy – meaning it’s even more difficult and the 23-year-old is just a bit more crazy than the average extreme enthusiast.
The daredevil walked the 82 foot rope three times with a safety harness first and then removed it for his monumental fourth and final walk. Midway through one of his treks, he even knelt down to pray. Amazing.
Kemeter holds a number of world records, including walking on a 525-foot rope 25 feet above a freezing-cold lake in Austria. This highline rope walk 3,000 feet above Yosemite certainly ups the ante!
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