Highlining hundreds of feet above a glacier in the highest mountains of Europe is absolutely insane—and captivatingly beautiful. Faith Dickey, Alain Custovic, Bernhard Witz, and friends rigged and walked 285-foot line between two rock spires in the Mont Blanc Massif.
On Facebook Witz said, “We had the opportunity to rig an amazing 87-meter highline in the Mont Blanc massif near the Grand Capucin mountain at an elevation of 3610 meters. The highline is 200 meters above the Glacier du Géant between the summits of Trident du Tacul and Chandelle. In two days, we climbed both towers and fixed ropes on the top for rappelling to connect the towers.”