Watching Someone Navigate One of the World's Longest Parkour Courses Is Insane

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Parkour, also referred to as the art of free running takes the idea of jumping over hurdles and elevates it to new heights, quite literally, and whilst it's pretty cool to watch it's slightly more terrifying when viewed from a first person perspective - just like this video of someone navigating one of the world's longest and steepest parkour courses.

The first person video you see below is of Calen Chan taking on China's Skyladder parkour run which runs down the site of Tianman Mountain. With an average angle of 45-degrees and a length of almost three football fields its certainly no easy feat to navigate, especially without breaking anything!