'Highliners' walk the line, literally: Highlining, an extreme sport that is becoming increasingly popular, is as much mental as it is physical. Traversing an inch-wide nylon line suspended in the air is no easy task.
Photo: David Kingston, 25, of La Canada Flintridge walks a 70-foot-long highline above the “Hall of Horrors” in Joshua Tree. Credit: Dan Krauss / For The Times

'Highliners' walk the line, literally: Highlining, an extreme sport that is becoming increasingly popular, is as much mental as it is physical. Traversing an inch-wide nylon line suspended in the air is no easy task.

Photo: David Kingston, 25, of La Canada Flintridge walks a 70-foot-long highline above the “Hall of Horrors” in Joshua Tree. Credit: Dan Krauss / For The Times

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    Just saw this in print. Go Dan!
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