While the fear of heights is a completely normal and legitimate fear for humans to have, some people are seemingly born without it. Or maybe they learn to override that paralyzing nausea that comes with standing on an edge 200 feet above the ground. Either way, stepping onto a thin wire that crosses the abyss between two towering cliffs is simply inhuman. And yet, Ari Delashmutt, Eric Rasmussen, and Joel Pinnock take that step willingly. Watch as the three insanely brave men use Smith Rock as their own personal death-defying playground.

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