Alps 4000: 75 Peaks in 52 Days

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David & Charles, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 240 pages
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Many climbers dedicate a lifetime to the conquest of the Alpine peaks over 4000 metres high, but Martin Moran and Simon Jenkins set out to climb all 75 of them in one continuous journey. Furthermore, they shunned motorized transport, and instead used bicycles to travel from one starting point to the next. Faced with blizzards, white-outs and thunderstorms, and fighting hunger, exhaustion and near-despair, the two men succeeded in their attempt, covering more than 1000km, including 70,000 metres of ascent, in just 52 days.

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The FourThousanders Challenge
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Battle on the Bernina
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Martin Moran grew up in Denver and attended Stanford University and the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. He lives in New York City, where he makes his living as an actor and writer. He has appeared in many Broadway and Off-Broadway plays, including "Titanic," "Cabaret," "Bells Are Ringing," "Floyd Collins" and "The Cider House Rules," He won a 2004 Obie Award for his one-man play, "The Tricky Part," which he continues to perform all over the country.

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