A group of daredevils, known as The Moab Monkeys, wanted to experience The Grand Canyon like never before. So, they set up a giant net over a canyon that sits 400-feet above ground to both relax and BASE jump. This hand-woven, pentagonal web was installed 200-feet away from the nearest cliff, meaning they had to first walk the distance before being able to jump. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.
“Moab Monkeys is a group that specializes in slacklining, highlining, BASE jumping and filmmaking. They have have performed their stunts in places like Rio and the Austrian Alps. However it’s no coincidence that their hometown is Moab – a town in Southern Utah famous for its Mars-like landscape with canyons, cliffs and arches,” reports Bored Panda.