Have you ever wondered what highliners do when they are not slacklining?
Sunday, the 23rd of June 2019, high above the ground with a mesmorizing view over the lower Segnesboden people are playing music, casually eating their lunch, doing acro and hanging from silks, All of this wouldn´t sound so unusual if there were actual slacklines involved. Instead, 4 very unslack, static cables and 26 hammocks paint the scene. These 26 hammocks rigged as a caravan along the cable lift are the foundation of what we can now call the longest hammock chain the world. To realize this project the Swiss Slackline Association partnered up with Ticket to the Moon and the Flims Laax Falera Management AG.
“It took a total of 12 hours non-stop installation and dismantling on the steel cables, 10 professional industrial climbers, 5 aerial artists, 5 hammock acrobats, 30 slackliners and outdoor lovers, as well as 26 hammocks to realize this project.”