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Discussion in 'Personal' started by oldsomeman, Dec 28, 2011.
or ride on the back around this course?
I love this one about a baby
definitely not something funny happens in my knees just watching this. Another one;
I'm not brave enough even to finish watching it.
that's going to give me nightmares!
This one is so funny
i love this one its funny and not scary
They are wearing a harness and are clipped in securely to the wall all the way along, so I'd give most of it a go.
The film made me feel quite sick! I think I would have got as far as the first place where there was nothing to walk on and then started to think about turning back.
Your idea of secure is obviously quite different from mine!
try this one on a motor bike lol
Ha ha, yes maybe I'm mad! But it's obvious that the path has been set up properly by climbers etc because the correct equipment is used and the metal pins are placed pretty sensibly. I'd have a closer inspection before trusting it though lol.
its not the path but the holes in it which worry me.i dont like traversing big holes! lol
Given that the path is mainly used by people who climb vertical rock faces for fun it probably isn't that scary for most of its regulars.
I would however like to see someone tackle it on a mountain bike ;-)
I personally wouldn't touch it with a bargepole. A very securely engineered and boxed in metal walkway pegged to the side of a glacial gorge in Switzerland once tested me to the limit.
Well I've done the Faja de las Flores in the Ordesa Canyon so I don't think I would mind the path in the OP too much.
If you look closely you can see a walker on the path.<>P
and this part is really very easy....
I have also been up a few Via Ferrate as well in the Dolomites so I have a good head for heights.