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Free climbing a tower higher than the Empire State Building


This video has been making the rounds, but in case you missed it, it’s a real thrill. I watched it in full-screen mode, like my buddy suggested. My palms got sweaty and the soles of my feet ached, like they do whenever I’m on the edge of a cliff or other high place without a barrier between me and a plunge to death.

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  1. Kristi Engelstad says:

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