Urban Climbers Take Unbelievable Risks on High-Rise Buildings and Radio Towers in Russia and Ukraine


“Don’t look down.” WARNING: These videos contain scenes of extremely dangerous stunts performed by unqualified individuals. In no way does Arlingtoncardinal.com encourage replication of any of these stunts.

Adrenaline junkies — newly defined …

Skateboarding at the edge of a high-rise.

Walking barefoot on a protective railing.

Hanging on the edge of a high building ledge.

One-arm pull-ups from a radio tower frame 300 feet high.


Video featuring Oleg Aksenov, Urban Climber. WARNING: These videos contain scenes of extremely dangerous stunts performed by unqualified individuals. In no way does Arlingtoncardinal.com encourage replication of any of these stunts.

“Meet young people who spend their free time climbing construction sites and towers and ignoring safety ropes – all in search of adrenaline. The higher they get, the better they feel. Their videos on YouTube get millions of views, horrifying parents and relatives while inspiring peers. They are called urban climbers, and they may be looking down on you.”

— RT

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