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Video: Rock Climbing In Utah With Bear Grylls

Posted on the 18 April 2012 by Kungfujedi
We haven't heard much from Bear Grylls since he was dropped from the Discovery Channel a few months back, but rest assured the adventurer turned television personality is probably already planning his return to the air waves. He shot the video below as part of a new video series called Masters of Movement (from Degree for Men deodorant) on a 350-foot rock face near Moab, Utah. The tower he is climbing is called Tombstone Rock and it gave Bear an opportunity to show off his climbing skills.

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