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Hundreds Of Climbers Performed Gravity-Defying Stunts In This Impressive Photo Shoot

The climbers also lit up the snowy mountaintops with glowing red lights.

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Famous moutaineering photographer Robert Bösch snapped hundreds of risk-taking mountain climbers in a photo shoot in the Alps to celebrate 150 years since the first ascent of the Hörnligrat Ridge of The Matterhorn, Switzerland.

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The photo shoot was created for the Swiss outdoor clothing company, Mammut, which had the climbers wear its latest range of clothing and sports equipment as they performed the gravity-defying stunts.

For some of the shots in the high-altitude mountains, climbers were asked to hang in the air for over two hours. For other shots, the red-suited climbers lit up the snowy mountain at night.

The summit itself is 14,692 feet high and was first climbed by British climber Edward Whymper. Have a look at the climbers scaling the mountain in these stunning photos below:



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