Highline Access in Yosemite National Park

Raptor Nesting Seasonal Closures. Updates on Access: Slackline U.S. and local slackliners have been working with rangers at Yosemite National Park to keep highlining allowed in the park.


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Application for Board Member Election 2018 now open!
27 Feb

Application for Board Member Election 2018 now open!

The application to run for the 2018 board member election is now open. Please go to our Board Election page for information and the application itself!
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Board Member Elections –  2017
24 Apr

Board Member Elections – 2017

Vote on our new board members! Tim Ross and Sara Kaiser are stepping own from their roles on the Slackline U.S. executive board and will continue working with us as volunteers. Take a look at the board member ...
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Slackline U.S. 2016 Summary
24 Jan

Slackline U.S. 2016 Summary

In 2016, Slackline U.S. stepped up all of our efforts in spreading knowledge to the slackline community, assisting with access management, and promoting conservation ethics within the community. Interested in w...
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Webbing slippage and tie-offs in highline rigging
29 Dec

Webbing slippage and tie-offs in highline rigging

Guest Post by Ben Donnelly Recently, Shane Hickman posted some photos [PHOTOS 1 & 2] from the Poudre Canyon Highline which sparked an important discussion about: tail tie offs and weblock slippage; the n...
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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
One purpose of Slackline U.S. is to promote stewardship by teaching the use of natural anchors and minimal bolting.
Environmental stewardship and conservation
Slackline U.S. will assist the slackline community as an official entity in access disputes and other civil issues.