Chillseekers: Highliners set up hammocks to relax hundreds of feet in the air

These daredevil highliners are the ultimate CHILLSEEKERS – setting up hammocks hundreds of feet in the air.

As they carefully inched their way along the thin wire some were even happy to pull out a GUITAR and play some tunes.

The International Highline Meeting takes place at Monte Piana, Italy

The International Highline Meeting takes place at Monte Piana, Italy

The extreme event, called the International Highline Meeting, is in its third year and takes place at Monte Piana, Italy.

It’s a large gathering for fearless folks to hone their skills without any form of competitive edge.

The idea of adding hammocks was put forward by hammock manufacturer Ticket To The Moon.

The meeting runs from September 6 to 14 with 500 people attending

The meeting runs from September 6 to 14 with 500 people attending

Highliners attached the materials to a strengthened highline as they walked out to their designated relaxation spots – 150ft high.

Snapper Sebastian Wahlhuetter captured the breath-taking shots as 22 people hopped into 16 hammocks.

Sebastian Wahlhuetter, who captured the breathtaking shots, said: "A special highline set up was rigged which could carry the weight of the many people on one line at the same time."

Sebastian Wahlhuetter, who captured the breathtaking shots, said: “A special highline set up was rigged which could carry the weight of the many people on one line at the same time.”

The meeting runs from September 6 to 14 with 500 people attending.

Sebastian, who also helped organise the event, revealed it was difficult to capture his shots due to the remote location and steep, rocky surroundings.

Hanging around: at 150ft high, the highliners suspended their hammocks in mid air

Hanging around: at 150ft high, the highliners suspended their hammocks in mid air

He said: “The action lasted around an hour and it was amazing to see all those people hanging out in their hammocks – it was exciting to watch.

“A special highline set up was rigged which could carry the weight of the many people on one line at the same time.

“Monte Piana Highline Festival was definitely the best highline event I have ever photographed.”