Slacklining is the activity of walking a small, flat nylon rope (or webbing) between two anchor points. 

The most common anchor points for slackline ropes are between two trees. Because there is potential for participant or spectator injury as well as damage to trees, landscaped areas and surrounding infrastructure through slacklining the City has determined a need to provide guidance to slackliners.

The City's public open spaces (including parks and beaches) are available for a multitude of recreational activities. The following information is provided for persons interested in slacklining which is the activity of walking a small, flat nylon rope (or webbing) between two anchor points.

These guidelines apply to all slacklining on City of Stirling public open spaces.

Slacklining Guidelines