Niagara Falls, N.Y. - Just two more days until Nik Wallenda will try for his seventh Guinness World Record when he walks over Niagara Falls on a high wire.
ABC is setting up equipment for a live broadcast of Wallenda's walk. ABC’s own wire camera will give millions of viewers a unique perspective.
Wallenda has been putting himself through a grueling training process to prepare for any weather conditions.
"I actually walked the wire in 55 mile-an-hour winds as well as a heavy, heavy mist,” he said. “We actually had the fire department come out and spray me to the point where I couldn't see in front of me a couple feet."
Wallenda will start his walk Friday around nine p.m.
13WHAM's live coverage begins an hour earlier.