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Colorado Trails

Man Climbs Colorado's 100 Highest Peaks. Nonstop.

Justin Simoni recently finished a self-supported, human-powered epic, climbing 247,810 feet by foot and 136,374 by bike.

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“Physically, I feel surprisingly okay. A little fatigue, but that makes sense,” says Justin Simoni in this interview about his recent feat: ascending Colorado’s 100 highest summits in an entirely human-powered and self-supported way. It took him about 60 days and 15 hours, and accumulated enough elevation to get ten miles into outer space.