Saskeahmember
43 posts

Posted:
I'm spending my summer in a house by the forest, so I thought that this would be the perfect opportunity to try out some slack rope... I have a bit of money, but I am lacking in knowledge, and the internet is failing me a bit. Does anyone have any information on how, other than tying a chunk of rope to two trees, I could make a simple slack rope setup? I've been told that you can use rock climbing webbing, and if anyone knows anything about that that could be really helpful.

Thanks!
Melissa juggle

Posted:
There is a rope walker tribe on www.tribe.net

Other than that? You might try sending Eveish a PM.

Cheers!
Patrick

SeyeSILVER Member
Geek
1,261 posts
Location: Manchester, UK


Posted:
https://www.needlesports.com/advice/slacklining.htm
based in the uk smile



https://www.slackline.net/
or https://www.slackline.com
in the states smile



If you do a search on google for slackline theres loads of info biggrin

pineapple peteSILVER Member
water based
5,125 posts
Location: melbourne, Australia


Posted:
i recently bought a slackline from www.slacklineexpress.com

i bought their 50ft long primo kit. its real easy to put up and take down, but walking takes a good deal more practice smile

cheers, pete hug

"you know there are no trophys for doing silly things in real life yeah pete?" said ant "you wont get a 'listened to ride of the valkyries all the way to vietnam' trophy"

*proud owner of the very cute fire_spinning_angel, birgit and neon shaolin*


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