Daring Swiss acrobat challenges mountain walk

08:21, January 30, 2011      

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Swiss acrobat Freddy Nock poses in front of the cable of a funicular on the Mount Corvatsch (3,303 m) near the Swiss mountain resort of St. Moritz January 29, 2011. Nock walked down the cable over a distance of some 1,600 metres from the mountain station of the cable car in 3,303 metres altitude to the middle station (2,702 metres altitude).[Photo: chinadaily.com.cn/agencies]



The village of Silvaplana is seen in the background as Swiss acrobat Freddy Nock balances down on the cable of a funicular on the Mount Corvatsch (3,303 m/9,908 ft) near the Swiss mountain resort of St. Moritz January 29, 2011. Nock walked down over a distance of some 1,600 metres (5,249 ft) from the mountain station of the cable car in 3,303 metres (10,836 ft) altitude to the middle station (2,702 metres/8,865 ft altitude).[Photo: chinadaily.com.cn/agencies]


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