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Drew Barrymore climbs a mountain with Cameron Diaz and Gwyneth Paltrow

Published 21/11/2016

Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore

The celebrity pals tackle an unnamed peak on bonding break.

Drew Barrymore and her Charlie's Angels pal Cameron Diaz have just returned from a mountain climbing adventure with Gwyneth Paltrow.

Drew posted a selfie with her girlfriends, also including Cameron's sister-in-law Nicole Richie, on social media, revealing the group had a recent bonding experience.

Dressed up in winter woollens, the girls all look cold but happy as they smile for the camera.

The actress added the caption: "#peopleilove hold onto those you love and climb a mountain together.

"The women in my life are doers. That can be anything from life, work and physical capability. Zest if you will. I follow my friends. And when I am most in need, I hold on tighter. But it is when they need me... I know I have done something right. To earn their trust."

She added: "Share kindness. Hold onto moments and most of all... MAKE MORE PLANS!!!!!!!!!"

It's not the first time she has gathered her celebrity pals for an all-girls getaway - Drew has booked up cooking classes in California with Cameron, Nicole and Reese Witherspoon in the past.

In 2014, Cameron posted a cookery class photo featuring herself, Witherspoon, and Drew with stylist Leslie Fremar and makeup artist Gucci Westman, taken during a break in Napa Valley.

"What an amazingly delicious, educational, and ridiculously FUN time I had with these awesome ladies!!!" Diaz wrote in the caption.

The ladies polished up their skills at the Culinary Institute of America.

"Going to culinary school in Napa!" Barrymore posted on Instagram, along with a picture of various pastas and cheeses.

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