The TENTH anniversary of "The Summer of Skywalks, 2005"

Order commemorative posters from the "Summer of Skywalks, 2005" and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Tender Wishes!

The summer of 2005 was magical above Niagara Falls as Jay Cochrane performed daily skywalks from the Niagara Fallsview Casino to the pinnacle of the Hilton Hotel.

Over the course of the summer, Jay Cochrane traversed over 15 miles on the 650-feet cable, 400-feet above the ground. The views of the falls were remarkable, and Jay loved every minute of his performances.

To honor the TENTH anniversary of "The Summer of Skywalks, 2005" at, we are offering a selection of COLLECTIBLE PRINTS with a protion of the proceeds going to Jay's favorite Niagara Falls charity, Tender Wishes.

View the selection by clicking here and choose from prints of the daily skywalk, or the penultimate "Skylon Tower Skywalk" performed on July 30, 2005, which set the North American record for Bulding-to-Building skywalk with a distance of 1,250 feet. "Skywalk 2012" by Jay Cochrane increased Jay's hold on this record with an additional 50 feet in distance.


Jay Cochrane Comemorative Print Skywalk 2005 Niagara Falls


THIS WEEK ONLY! Commemorative 8 x 12 print of Jay Cochrane's phenomenal skywalk from the Fallsview Casino to the Hilton Hotel high above Niagara Falls for $12.00! Suitable for framing and a keepsake for generations to come. A portion of the sale price goes to Tender Wishes of Niagara Falls!


For over Fifty Years, Jay Cochrane graced the skies with each skywalk a spellbinding performance as he created "highways in the sky."

His skywalk above the Yangtze River in China's Qutang Gorge is considered the greatest highwire walk ever. The Great China Skywalk was viewed in-person by an audience of 250,000, and live China TV coverage was viewed in the PRC and around the world by an estimated one-billion people. Jay's skywalk stretched 2,098 feet (639m) over the Yangtze River at a height of 1,340 feet (408m), the highest and longest highwire walk ever completed.

His death from cancer on October 30, 2013, was a devastating blow to all who loved and adored him. Jay Cochrane will be remembered forever for his genorisity and his showmanship.

Read Shane Peacock's tribute to Jay Cochrane, celebrating a life that truly was above the world.