In August 2021, Alex Moran and Mike Coppock completed the first ever Island Munros Triathlon, in 32 hours and 22 minutes, scaling 13 Munros with 6,461m of ascent, and covering 309km of distance between them. The athletes dreamt up this epic and ingenious adventure with the goal of raising £10,000 for the Martin Moran Foundation. Never before had all 13 of the Scottish island Munros been attempted in a single non-stop push, by running, cycling and swimming through the dramatic landscape of the Northwest Highlands. Alex shares spectacular images and stories in his account of the journey.
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