On Sunday, the group Campus Slackers went highlining across Old Man’s Gap on Mount Lemmon. Highlining differs from slacklining because the height is unsafe to jump from.
“It is a really unique thing being out there because the closer you are to the edge, the kind of scarier it is, but the easier it is to stand up,” said Stephanie Johnson, a psychology senior. “So, you know, you are measuring ‘How far do I want to get away from the rocks’ slash ‘How hard is it going to be to stand up.’ See the full story for more details.
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