Cheesehead Breaks Colorado Record

A Wisconsin man is now a world record holder in mountain climbing.  Josh Sanders climbed ten Colorado mountains of 14-thousand feet or higher in 23 hours and 33 minutes on June 29th.  The feat broke the previous single-day record of nine mountains climbed set in 2013 by Colorado native Eric Lee.  It is Sanders’ second major record.  He and his sister stood at the high point of all 48 contiguous states in less than 20 days in 2015.

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