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A Base Jumping Hammock 400 Feet in the Air | Andy Lewis
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A Base Jumping Hammock 400 Feet in the Air | Andy Lewis

A group of base jumpers in Utah, going by the name of the Moab Monkeys, have set up a net which resembles a colourful spider’s web over a canyon at 400ft up from which they can BASE jump or just hang out together. In order to reach the main net, these extreme sportspeople have to walk along a rope which is about 200 feet long. There’s even a hole in the centre of the net which can be used to jump through. The structure, whose idea was conceived by group member Andy Lewis and took 50 people 3 days to construct looks pretty impressive, but we’re not sure we’d be brave enough for it!

 

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