Nik Wallenda crosses active volcano in longest and highest.
Transcript for Nik Wallenda’s next highwire challenge involves an active volcano He's at it again. This time getting ready to walk the high-wire above the active Masaya volcano in Nicaragua.
He’s taken on the Grand Canyon, the big wheel in Orlando, Niagra Falls and even Times Square. It was announced on Good Morning America today that Nik Wallenda’s next stunt will be to walk the wire over a freakin’ ACTIVE VOLCANO! This will happen March 4 in Nicaragua at the Masaya Volcano. The walk will be 1800 FEET long!
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High walker Nik Wallenda walked across the Masaya Volcano, near Managua, Nicaragua, on a tightrope on Wednesday. The 1,800-foot walk across the volcano's active lava lake took Wallenda 31 minutes and was filmed for a live program on ABC.; He had to protect himself from noxious gasses on the walk by wearing goggles, a mask, and a respirator.
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Nik Wallenda to wirewalk over active volcano on March 4th. News. Close. 13.. He didn’t wear a harness when he walked over the Grand Canyon. I don’t know the specific plans for the volcano, but he frequently does not wear a harness. They made him wear one for Niagara Falls, and afterwards he complained about it because it created drag.
This volcano walk is the latest in a long line of impressive feats for the man who has earned the name The King of the High Wire. In 2013, he walked across the Grand Canyon Gorge, and he's also.