Every year in June, a brave group of daredevils in the city of Alesund, Norway stack up hundreds of wood pallets to a height of over 130 feet, which they then light on fire in celebration Midsummer and John the Baptist’s birthday.
As a part the annual Midsummer celebration in Alesund, Norway, the world’s biggest bonfire was lit from a pile of stacked-up wood pallets, burning up the sky with an astonishing 130-feet (40 m) height.The extreme version of traditional bonfire was presented in 2010, reaching the 132.71-foot (40.45 m) height with a base structure width of 65.6 feet (20 m).
In order for the fire to start, someone must climb the structure and ignite it from the top, giving the daredevil individual a limited amount of time to reach safety. Would you consider being that daredevil? Let us know in the comments and make sure to check out the amazing photos below.