Who’s ready for a bit of ‘Everesting?!
If you cannot decide between Climbing Mount Everest or taking a cycling holiday such as the Cape Argus Cycle Tour next year, why not combine the two spend your next summer holiday doing a spot of ‘Everesting’!
The latest trend in endurance cycling for extreme hardcore cyclists, Everesting involves “climbing the height of Mount Everest (8,848 metres) on a single climb in a single ride”, which you can do anywhere in the world – providing you follow the strict rules in place:
- Rides can be of any length, and on any hill or mountain, but no loops allowed
- It does not matter how long the ride takes, but it must be ridden in one attempt, breaks for sleeping are not allowed, although you can break for meals etc.
- The 8,848m Everesting challenge is your total elevation gain, therefore, descents will not count unless there is some climbing involved, in which…
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