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Mountain challenger 'to climb 83,000 ft'

Posted 5 April 2011
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Mountain challenger 'to climb 83,000 ft'
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A hill walker and fell runner is to combine walking boots with running gear as she climbs to nearly three times the height of Everest over the course of just 11 days for charity.

British Mountaineering Council member Keri Page is to attempt the biggest multi-peak mountain challenges in England, Scotland and Wales in this time to raise funds for Water Aid.

She will take on Snowdonia's Paddy Buckley Round, the Bob Graham Round in the Lake District and the Ramsay Round in the western Highlands in quick succession next month.

Her ascents will take in 113 peaks while also including 187 miles of distance.

Anyone planning to try these routes themselves will need to be very fit and also well equipped, while Ordnance Survey maps may also prove to be vital pieces of equipment, not least in poor visibility.

The Welsh and Scottish challenges have 47 and 42 peaks respectively, while Ben Nevis and 23 other Munros are in the Ramsay Round.