What’d you do last weekend? Throw back some beers, rake some leaves? The more GoPro-centric of you may have bombed a hill on your longboard or nailed a tough section in the climbing gym. But even if you’re fearless, we guarantee whatever it was can’t come close to the insanity of Théo Sanson’s Sunday stroll—along 500 meters of ribbon-thin slackline between two ridiculously high points in Castle Valley, Utah. Yes, it’s a new world record, and no, you probably wouldn’t ever consider trying it yourself.
Luckily it was captured elegantly by Renan Ozturk, Tim Kemple, and the rest of Camp4 Collective, so you can watch it with slack-jawed awe over and over again while contemplating ways to make this coming weekend a little more exciting. But maybe not quite this exciting.