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Man climbs to height of Everest base camp using stairs

He travelled 2,520 metres over three days while in isolation to raise money for charity

Adam Meyrick, 22, from Gorseinon, climbed to the height of Everest base camp

A MAN has completed the equivalent of climbing from Lukla, Nepal to Mount Everest base camp while in isolation using his stairs at home. 

Adam Meyrick, 22, from Gorseinon, took on the challenge in support of Marie Curie

Adam Meyrick, 22, in his Gorseinon home

You can check out his JustGiving page by clicking here.

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