Around the Thanksgiving holiday, a group of 50 BASE jumpers, slackliners, and other daredevils built a giant pentagonal hammock some 400 feet above the desert near Moab, Utah. Entitled the “Mothership Space Net Penthouse,” the hammock served as a platform for BASE jumpers and a destination for slackliners, who walked up to 262 feet along lines tethering the hammock to surrounding cliffs. And of course, the hammock offered a stunning (and terrifying) view of the Utah desert. The “Mothership Space Net Penthouse” was conceived by Andy Lewis and was installed for one day.
Mothership Space Net Penthouse on Slackline Media
Photos by Brian Mosbaugh