Who needs a plane to go skydiving when you've got a canyon?

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Every year, professional slackliner Sketchy Andy Lewis weaves together the Mothership Spacenet - an intimidating web of slacklines and elastic bands - about 400 feet above a canyon for a shallow skydiving party.

While skydiving from 400 feet sounds way less extreme than from the typical 12,000 feet, the short journey is actually way more intense. Seriously, it looks like these adventurers are plummeting to certain death.

Now we're just wondering: How did they get out of the canyon?

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