Slacklining in India as a sport is witnessing some soaring figures over the years in terms of its practitioners. Even highlining is following in its footsteps and some undaunted athletes are continuously striving to raise the bar a little higher than before. Highlining, being an extreme balance sport, leaves no margin for error.
Partner in climb: Two of India's leading trad climbers, Rohit Vartak and Ganesh Geedh attempt to speed climb Duke's Nose. An iconic 300ft tall rock pillar that has become quite the test piece among Indian climbing community.
Watch Ajay Padval as he shreds an insane line in his native land. An impromptu run turns out to be a killer run, as he jumps, slides and skids with the agility of some sassy disco grooves.
One of India’s first Highline projects, beautifully executed by Bhupesh Patil and Samar Farooqui. With 80ft of air beneath, these ballsy walkers; they send the 22m line (which is only 50mm wide) battling fear and mind numbing exposure.