Nik Wallenda Walks Over Niagara Falls USA to Canada- Complete Vi

Posted by clownygal on Jun. 15, 2012

Nik Wallenda Niagara Falls Walk Nick Wallenda Niagara falls Tightrope walk Nik Wallenda walks over Niagara Falls Man walks over Niagara falls Stuntman walks over Niagara falls Nik Wallenda, a member of the famed Flying Wallendas family of aerialists, completed a historic tightrope crossing through the mist over Niagara Falls Gorge on Friday, stepping from a 2-inch wire (5 cm) onto safe ground in Canada to wild cheers from a crowd of thousands. Wallenda made the walk from the U.S. side of the falls to the Canadian side, a journey of 1,800 feet (550 meters) over treacherous waters and rocks, in a little more than 25 minutes. More than a century ago, an aerialist known as the Great Blondin walked a high wire strung farther down the gorge, but a trek over the brink of the falls had never before been attempted. Along the way, suspended over the falls, Wallenda, 33, took small, steady steps on a slick cable through swirling winds.

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