19-year-old Calen Chan recently posted a video of his descent down the Skyladder, the world's largest parkour course and it's going viral.
Located at Tianman Mountain in China, the Skyladder has an average incline of 45 degrees and is 999 steps long. The descent looks truly terrifying but Chan jumps to and fro with ease (he even completes the feat with a GoPro in his mouth filming the stunt). While Chan isn't the first person to have completed the Skyladder, his YouTube video of the stunt is truly impressive. As he says: "Obviously this was difficult, and I physically couldn't sprint down the entire path of deadly drops without slowing down, but I did my best."
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