Nik Wallenda makes history as the first person to cross the Grand Canyon on a high wire. Technically it wasn’t the Grand Canyon, but nearby. He is crossing over the Little Colorado River Gorge. Wallenda will be 1,500 feet off the ground and he will have to walk 1,400 feet across, without a safety harness. He crossed in 22:54 minutes. He achieved what many don’t even bother dreaming about, but it’s an awesome testimony to believing in oneself.
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