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Watch: French 17 Year Old Pablo Signoret Sets Highline Record in the French Alps, Walking the Longest Line at Over 3000m

Would you take on this crazy sky walk for some of the best views in the world?

Scared of heights? Pablo Signoret isn’t. He’s the 17 year old French slacklining star who just walked along the longest line ever at over 3000m. The footage is absolutely nuts.

We once tried slacklining, but it turns out our balance is akin to that of a baby elephant on a unicycle and after about three steps we fell off and face-planted on the grass below, to the vast enjoyment of everyone enjoying the picturesque summers day around us.

So, contrary to what may or may not – almost definitely not – be popular belief, we actually weren’t overly offended when Red Bull overlooked us to offer the slightly more experienced Signoret, veteran athlete Rafael Bridi and Guilherme Coury the chance to get out on a 3131m high slackline above the French Alps.

Some of the scenery in this footage is absolutely breathtaking; the mountain edges jutting up to the heavens above, and the images of Pablo on the slackline are truly astounding.

But anyway, that’s enough from us for now, enjoy the footage below and let us know what you think!

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