WATCH: Swiss Wire-Walker Attempts to Skywalk World’s Longest Cableway in China

Swiss stuntman Freddy Nock made another attempt at wire-walking the Mount Tianmenshan cableway in Hunan Province on Saturday.

He walked about 800 yards up the cable, despite strong winds, but had to quit when it became so steep that his shoes began to slip.

Nock did beat his previous attempt in 2010, however, when he only walked around 200 yards.

The mountain was recently the site of another daredevil challenge, when two Russian wingsuiters jumped from 4,600 feet, and literally flew past the cableway.

Swiss daredevil Freddy Nock attempts to wire-walk the world's longest cableway. (Screenshot/YouTube)

Swiss daredevil Freddy Nock attempts to wire-walk the world’s longest cableway. (Screenshot/YouTube)

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