A French Highline walker completes 600 meters of Barefoot slacklining over the River Seine in Paris.
To mark the country’s Heritage Day, professional athlete Nathan Paulin completes this breathtaking stunt on Saturday.
The 70 meters high line was drawn between the Eiffel Tower and the Chaillot theater which Nathan crossed barefoot.
The 27 years old guy took some break sitting or lying on the rope during the stunt while attached by a strap to a safety lanyard.
Both the river banks and the Eiffel tower were full of crowds seen cheering for Nathan.
On Saturday after completing the stunt Nathan said, “It wasn’t easy walking 600 meters, concentrating, with everything around, the pressure … but it was still beautiful. Obtaining the necessary authorizations had been difficult, as well as the stress linked to the audience, the fact that there are a lot of people.”
“Mainly I to do something beautiful and to share it and also tried to bring a new perspective on heritage. It is to make heritage come alive,” he added.
Paulin was famous for his stunts during the memorable days in Paris and it was his second successful attempt crossing the River Seine.