57 fourteeners in 32 days, eight hours — via a bike
August 28, 2016
"The last 36 hours have been pretty intense."
Welcome to the understatement of the month.
Joe Grant woke up in Frisco Thursday morning, got on his bike, pedaled up Argentine Pass, climbed the adjacent fourteeners Grays Peak and Torreys Peak and returned to Georgetown that afternoon. After a bit of food, he got on his bike and started pedaling. Down to Idaho Springs. Up to Central City. Over to Nederland.
To read the full story, visit The Denver Post website here.
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