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Stephen Pyke Munro-run nears halfway stage

Stephen Pyke (better known as Spyke) is still well on track on his attempted record-breaking run over all the Munros, despite reporting a problem with his achilles a couple of days ago.

Spyke is climbing all the peaks under his own steam, including using a bike between some mountains and kayaking to get to the islands. As of yesterday, day 19, he had completed 136 Munros and was today heading for a mammoth route over 13 summits from Ben Cruachan to Glen Etive before tackling Glencoe over the weekend.

You can follow Spyke’s progress at his blog, sponsor him (the run is being undertaken for the John Muir Trust) at his justgiving page or check out his progress at his Walkhighlands’ Munro Map.

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