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High Wire Adrenaline Junkies E-mail
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So, this is how adrenaline junkies relax! Fearless daredevil takes a break and LIES DOWN on wire 3,000ft above the Rio skyline
  • The group of highliners walked above the famous Brazilian city
  • Andy Lewis, a member of the group called The Moab Monkeys, even dangled upside down 850m above the city attached to the line by just an ankle strap
  • The stunning images were taken by fellow group member Scott Rogers
  • The Moab Monkeys travel the world to partake in the extreme sport
Carefully tiptoeing almost 3000ft above Rio de Janeiro on a thin wire got a bit too much for this adrenaline junkie - so he decided to have a lie down.

Fearless Brian Mosbaugh is so used to the perilous heights he decided he deserved a short break and relaxed over the famous Brazilian city.

Balancing his whole body on the wire, he lies completely horizontal on the precarious rope before getting back up and strolling across the rest of the highline at Pedra da Gavea.

High Wire Adrenaline Junkies

Fearless: Brian Mosbaugh takes a breather as he crosses the high line about 850 metres above the city

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 March 2013 )
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Himalayan Highway Cycling In Northwest India E-mail
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Himalayan Highway Cycling In Northwest India

A road carved through mountains

Carved through the Himalaya mountain range in 1987 and opened to foreign travellers in 1989, the 500km highway between the towns of Manali and Leh in northwest India has become a premier mountain challenge for intrepid cyclists, presenting one of the highest and most starkly beautiful rides in the world. Blanketed by snow for most of the year, the road is accessible for just three or four months around June to September when makeshift villages, such as the prayer flag-strung Marhi, 50km north of Manali, materialise

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 13 February 2013 )
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