Slacklining on Hong Kong’s iconic Lion Rock
You may have been lucky enough to see them carefully walking along a 42-metre tightrope connecting rocky hills in Hong Kong’s New Territories. Or maybe you enjoy watching their enthralling videos online.
Daredevils in the Slacklining Hong Kong group, whose sport evolved from rock-climbing in Yosemite Valley, California during the 1970s, are fast making a name for themselves as the most exciting sporting club in the city.
(Photo: Hamish Lawson)