Video of the Week: World’s Largest Rope Swing

This video was uploaded to YouTube over a year ago but it’s garnered over 20 million views. It’s of a 140-foot-high rope swing in Southeastern Utah at Corona Arch. Unfortunately, the towering geological feature has recently claimed the life of a 22-year-old thrill seeker who died while trying to swing from it and we hope others won’t try and do the same. But it sure is amazing to watch professionals do it and the natural beauty of the area.

Johnny Jet

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Johnny Jet
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1 Comment on "Video of the Week: World’s Largest Rope Swing"

  1. Shame on you for highlighting an activity like this. It’s dangerous, as seen in the death two weeks ago, and the BLM discourages it. I was there just last week, there are better things to do in Moab.

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