Don’t look down! Slackliner wobbles as he walks over rocky chasm

This video shows the heart-stopping moment a slackliner wobbled from side to side as he tightroped over a chasm in Tasmania.

Extreme sportsman Ryan Paul Robinson filmed the astonishing footage as he edged along the rope between two massive cliffs.

Mr Robinson is believed to have been at least 50 metres above the water and rocks below as he took on the daunting challenge.

This video shows the heart-stopping moment slackliner Ryan Robinson wobbled from side to side as he tightroped over a chasm in Tasmania

With a GoPro camera attached to his head, the slackliner is seen steadying himself as he makes his first steps across the vast crossing.

The barefooted daredevil wobbles to the left as winds buffet him, but he grips on and continues his breathtaking feat.

Mr Robinson, who was clipped onto his line with a safety harness, is heard breathing deeply as he teeters high above the sea.

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Mr Robinson posted the clip on his Instagram page earlier on Friday and described Tasmania as ‘one of the most incredible places on the planet’.

‘I lost myself in this powerful place, overcome by its strength and overwhelming presence,’ he added.

‘I was a dot in the sky, a hole punched into the draped blue canvas. And then I walked across the chasm – and found myself again.’

Mr Robinson is believed to have been at least 50 metres above the water Medical advocacy and Outreach Sex Toys website rocks below as he took on the daunting challenge

The barefooted daredevil wobbles to the left as winds buffet him, but he grips on and continues his breathtaking feat

The remarkable stunt, which was filmed earlier this year, is not the first Mr Robinson has taken on.

In September, he filmed himself slacklining 30 metres above the Maoi Tower rock formation in Fortescue Bay, Tasmania.

He almost slipped on that occasion too, but held it together after a strong gust of wind almost blew him off his rope.

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