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Kilian Jornet Goes for a “Run” in His Backyard

We're quick to assume that great adventures are hidden away in exotic and faraway places, but sometimes they're waiting for us right underneath our noses. For superhuman and part mountain goat Kilian Jornet, adventures are accesible right from his front door.

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To be fair it does help that he lives in an extremely captivating part of Norway, but we appreciate his sentiment. Watch as he embarks on a 168km run through his local mountains. In total the whole journey took Jornet 56 hours—which includes a mere 1.5 hours of sleep.

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