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The Mammut Pro team clibed the Trango Tower, a 20,00-foot granite peak, to shoot this footage. 

The Mammut Pro team clibed the Trango Tower, a 20,00-foot granite peak, to shoot this footage. The climb is part of their 150-year anniversary project to lead 150 hikes up 150 peaks. The Trango Towers are known for having some of the largest vertical cliffs in the world. If that weren't enough to make you dizzy, the bird's-eye view of from the expedition's camera-equipped plane goes to even more vertiginous heights. The video was produced by Corey Rich

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