By Katy Gill
This adrenaline junkie can be seen climbing up to 140 metres high on the side of a crane.
The German thrill-seeker, Lukas Alexander Amelunxen, can be seen climbing up a 140-metre high crane between Germany’s highest mountain.
Flitting in between Go-Pro and drone footage, the adventurer captures both beautiful and shocking views that aren’t for those with a nervous disposition
Lukas, 20, said: “It took us 25 minutes to reach the top and around 15 to get back down – but we stayed on the crane for three hours.
“When we were walking up there on the thin parts of the crane, you just feel so focused and awake because you don’t want to make any mistakes.
“But we had time to enjoy the view on the main part of the crane, looking at the mountains above and the lake underneath us, whilst the sun was going down – it was so magnificent.
“We were so happy that we made it up there because there was a lot of preparation to do when we didn’t even know if we would reach the crane!”