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KimG

U.S. Highpoints World Record attempt

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Check this out! Follow along on Facebook. Donate to the Nature Conservancy! The official page to follow the prep. and actual attempt of four semi-noble souls as they attempt to set the record of reaching the Highpoints of the 48 contiguous U.S. States. Glory, a film and hopefully hilarity will ensue!

 

Copy and paste: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Team-Climb-N-Drives-US-Highpoints-World-Speed-Record-attempt/135519153127959?ref=mf

 

Or go to Facebook and seach "Team Climb"

 

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This is not a spam post. We are Pacific Crest Trail thru hikers (08).

 

Four adventurous souls embark on a quest to beat the world speed record for reaching the highpoints of each of the lower 48 U.S. States while raising money for The Nature Conservancy. They'll have to drive over 14,000 miles and Ben will have to climb over 100,000 vertical feet and walk/climb roughly 350 miles in under 23 days, 19 hrs. and 31 min. in order to beat Brit Jake Meyer's record. Yikes.

 

Please support us on our travels.

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