Adrenaline Junkies Put A Hand-Woven Net 400 ft Up And 200 ft Out From The Cliffs To Climb And Dive
Moab Monkeys, a Utah-based group of BASE-jumping, slacklining and rock-climbing athletes and filmmakers, gathered for the annual Turkey BASE Boogie event to hang an epic pentagonal net 400 ft from the ground and 200 ft from the edge of the nearest cliff in Moab, Utah.
As one redditor, familiar with the group, stated, the net was hand-woven over the course of 7 years in a backyard by various people. The suspended net gave these devils three ways to have fun: by walking the line to reach the net first, then by chilling on it and enjoying the mesmerizing surroundings, and, eventually, by diving into the abyss through the hole in the center (with a parachute, of course).
If you feel your spine tingle just from looking at these photos, wait till you see the video below.