An Eiffel Tower Tightrope Walk! Here’s Video From 200 Feet Above The Seine!

Strolling High Above Paris!

Some days the news is just too good not to share – like this Aerial Artist who Tok a stroll across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower – two hundred feet high!

As The Washington Post reported:

“French daredevil Nathan Paulin completed a 2,198-foot slackline walk, 200 feet above the Seine River on Saturday. The walk began at the first floor of the Eiffel Tower and finished at Theatre National de Chaillot.

Paulin, 27, at some points laid and sat on the slackline.

The performance is the longest high-line crossing in a city.”

The Washington Post story included these gorgeous photos from The Associated Press – bravo!

Of course, everyone filmed it and here’s how it looked:

Just some fun, upbeat news from the “City Of Light” – where I’ve explored many a cool place – and eaten at the Eiffel Tower too:

The food is great and look at they view!

You can see our entire meal – and more Paris food adventures – by clicking here:

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Thanks!



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11 replies

  1. No thanks. I was living in Puerto Rico when Wallenda fell to death while attempting to walk between two buildings. It happened on live TV — it scarred me for life!

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  2. I used to paint houses in the summertime, and I’d get pretty far off the ground, but this is a whole different league. I think I see a safety harness, but it sure isn’t very big if it is one.

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  3. Wow what a great news!😂😂😂 I’d love to see the view but not on my own while doing slackline😵‍💫💧🔥

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  4. I am not allowed to see the video, but I completely get the idea. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  5. I’ve never been scared of heights, John, but I must admit that just looking at these pictures makes me a little queasy.

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