VIDEO: Quarantined Trekkers Climb Height of Everest in their Homes

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Trail runner Rory Southworth launched a challenge to climb the height of Everest, an altitude of 8,848-feet, in five days in and about trekkers’ homes.

The virtual basecamp challenge was taken up by a team of about 30 climbers, who completed the task on the evening of 3 April.

Southworth said: ‘There was a lot of negativity among the outdoor community about being confined at home and I wanted to give people a reason to exercise indoors.’

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