Slacklining is not a Crime.

Via elephant journal
on Dec 22, 2009
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slacklining is not a crime boulder colorado

Well, in Boulder, technically, it is illegal. But folks are working to change that.

{photo: of Dean Potter by Jeff Cunningham via prAna}


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One Response to “Slacklining is not a Crime.”

  1. […] don’t slackline on them without putting a towel between the slackline and the trees. I see slacklining done lazily, all the time, in Boulder, Colorado, where I live—and every time I see some young […]