Shared May 18, 2018
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A CLIMBER has given thrill seekers a bird eye view of what it is like to scale a 140 metre mast.
The daredevil – who goes by the name of FreeSolo – uses a point of view shot to film as he makes his way up the post.
The footage was taken in Karlskrona in southern Sweden and shows the stunning views of the surrounding area.
FreeSolo, 42, said: “I started climbing when I was 13-years-old.
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