hello I also looking for a good highline spot. I had rig a line of 40 meters in Quechee gorge, at the end of the gorge, not very exposed (15m high I think). One of 60 meters the most beautiful is possible with the bridge foot as anchor but it's very long to set it up alone. The other issue on the bridge as we can see a big piece of gorge, I don't know the police reaction regarding this activity ( I just came from France) You can see here the video of my afternoon
I'm looking for other slackliner in this aera if you would talk with me contact me by mail syl.bar at laposte.net
Hey, just found this thread going. Seems to be right up my alley :)
Just moved to Vermont from California and its good to see there are actually some highliners out here.
I rigged a highline over the Flume Gorge over the weekend. Had a blast. But was eyeing the Eaglet on my way in and out. Didnt know it had already been rigged. Would love to get some beta on whats up there?
Bolts? i thought it might be possible to sling the whole notch at the top? Is there an easy ascent up? i know the final pitch is fairly easy, but a hike up to the last pitch would be nice with all the gear needed.
Also, where in the Flume was your highline rigged? We rigged right beside the waterfall at the end. Had alot of fun on it all day. Definitly worth rigging more often, easy quick rig, All natural anchors.
Anways, good to find this place, and hope to get to do some projects with you all in the future.
Was up in NH this past weekend. Got me thinking about this again. I saw a few spots. The cascades in Crawford Notch. Silver and Flume possibly. Frankenstein trestle Theres a cliff jumping spot on Base staion road we looked at closely. Fun water line and a higher line as well. Not really a view but would be cool. Maybe from the top of the prow over to airation buttress on cathedral( not peanut gallery) And once I get some more time in up in the ravines, Im betting there would be a sick highline somewhere up there.