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Bear Grylls Paragliding Over Mt. Everest



Bear Grylls can’t just fly over the highest mountain in the world in a plane, he has to risk his life and go paragliding.  At 29,000 feet, against 200 MPH wind and -100 F temperatures, anything could go wrong.  This is an extreme adrenaline rush fit only for Bear Grylls himself.

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