2nd week into June 2012. Lukas Irmler - Professional Slackline Athlet - and three of his friends went on a trip from Munich to the heart of Rhineland-Palatinate and the sandstone climbs in one of the most traditional climbing areas across europe. They managed to rig to spontaneous new projects at the Bärenbrunnerhof (Sternfels) and the Castle of Drachenfels. Both beeing rigged in a clean style the team didnt drill or use any bolt for the main tention in their highline setup and thus complied to their self indulged "leave no trace" rule for this project.
The project was filmed by Christian Kruse on Canon´s 600D with Tamron, Tokina and Canon lenses.
The Song is by Professor Kliq. Buy the latest Album here: unes.apple.com/de/artist/professor-kliq/id268945507?ign-mpt=uo%3D4
Special thanks go to Ben for his additional photography and Max for helping to rig and haul our stuff up hills and towers. Also we want to thank Slackline-Tools, Kong and Adidas for making Lukas Dream come true every day.
In the end I specially need to thank Lukas Irmler for his dedication to the sport and by far coolest attitude towards professional sports and videoproduction. Thank you man!
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