Real-life spiderman! Daredevils relax in net 400ft above desert floor before base jumping through middle
Check out these real-life spidermen – who suspend a web hundreds of feet in the air before BASE jumping into the abyss below.
Daredevil Brian Mosbaugh and friends carefully manoeuvre their way to the middle of the web using a series of 200 metre-long highlines.
And then they hurl themselves through a hole in the middle – plummeting to the ground below before opening a parachute to land.
The group named their creation the ‘Mothership Space Net Penthouse’ which they made as a way for the pals to share the same space.
The net took more than three days to create and required the efforts of more than 50 different BASE jumpers, highliners and volunteers.
Known as the ‘Moab Monkeys’ the group were able to suspend their creation high above the Moab desert in Utah, USA.
Pro slackliner Andy Lewis who helped rig the mammoth web said: “Some say too many chefs spoil the broth – but this was simply not the case.
“The list of all the chefs is as long as it is diverse, it’s quite baffling and I’m sincerely thankful for everyone’s tremendous effort.
“This was a massive undertaking and we totally rocked it.”
Brian, who took these incredible images, added: “This was without a doubt one of the most unique gatherings we’ve ever had.
“These were very dangerous stunts but nobody was injured.
“Everyone was thankful for the new relationships and community coming together because of something bigger than any one person.”