Challenging the ‘mouth of hell’: Adventurer Nick Wallenda completes walking a tightrope above the live crater

On Wednesday, local time, adventurer Nik Wallenda completed the feat of walking a tightrope over a living crater, as if it were a realistic version of the childhood game The Floor Is Lava, according tomedia CNET. Wallenda and his family, known throughout the United States for their daring stunts, took 31 minutes to cross the crater, known as the “mouth of hell”, the crater of Nicaragua’s Massaya volcano, about 1,800 feet in diameter.

Challenging the 'mouth of hell': Adventurer Nick Wallenda completes walking a tightrope above the live crater

The challenge is also part of ABC’s special “Volcano, Live!”! In light of the volcano’s harmful smoke, Wallenda wore goggles and gas masks and was wearing a seat belt during the stunt.

Challenging the 'mouth of hell': Adventurer Nick Wallenda completes walking a tightrope above the live crater

After leaving the ropes, Wallenda tweeted: “After such a moment, there is no better feeling than holding your family with your arms! “