Highline Access and Anchors in America


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#trashbagchallenge – Zanzibar
18 May

#trashbagchallenge – Zanzibar

Move Copenhagen joined in the #trashbagchallenge during a retreat in Zanzibar, taking the challenge to a whole new continent. Bradley Duling and Move Copenhagen shared this post in February. Originally poste...
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#trashbagchallenge – Caribbean Islands
17 May

#trashbagchallenge – Caribbean Islands

Louie Wray joined the #trashbagchallenge in the Caribbean Islands, gathering trash on the beach. Shared on SlackChat. Slacking the day away in the Caribbean island of Little Cayman after completing a suc...
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#trashbagchallenge – Yosemite
15 May

#trashbagchallenge – Yosemite

Originally posted by Kimberly Weglin on Facebook:  So this past weekend, per usual, we went highlining in Yosemite. As we hiked to the top of Upper Yosemite Falls, we saw more trash than we have EVER seen on...
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Andy Lewis and the #trashbagchallenge
15 May

Andy Lewis and the #trashbagchallenge

In January, Andy Lewis posted on his Facebook page challenging slackliners everywhere to collect trash wherever they play. The #trashbagchallenge has since been seen on at least three continents as posts have c...
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Highline Access and Anchors in America
3 May

Highline Access and Anchors in America

Join us on August 20th and 21st San Luis Obispo, California, to talk about bolting techniques and the future of highline anchor policy. (more…)
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Goals

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Slackline U.S. promotes and supports all U.S. festivals, offering assistance with local permitting and distributing event information.
Events & Festivals
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One purpose of Slackline U.S. is to promote stewardship by teaching the use of natural anchors and minimal bolting.
Environmental stewardship and conservation
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Slackline U.S. will assist the slackline community as an official entity in access disputes and other civil issues.
Representation