Today’s Solutions: October 03, 2022

Yosemite National Park has long been a site for the daring and determined and now, a pair of brothers from San Francisco claim to have successfully walked the longest Highline ever within the park.

Moises and Daniel Monterrubio recruited a group of friends to help them string up a 2,800 ft line from Taft Point across a series of gullies. Once completed, the strong, nylon webbing between the two anchor points was three times longer than the previous longest Highline in the park.

The brothers obtained permission from park authorities before setting up the line, and they attached themselves to the line with harnesses so that should they fall, they would be caught by the line. The pair made their walks across the line at sunset on June 10. After both falling several times, Moises walked the line in 37 minutes without a fall.

Image source: SF Chronicle

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