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This Woman Set out the Climb The Alps’ 82 Highest Peaks in A Year

Liv Sansoz lives life the extreme, plain and simple. Whether its winning two World Championships in sport climbing, battling injuries, base jumping, gnarly ski mountaineering descents, or her quest to climb all 82 4,000 meter peaks in the Alps in a year, she never seems to tire. Speaking of that quest, Sansoz started off strong before suffering frostbite on her toes halfway through the endeavor, putting a halt to her skiing and climbing.

Watch the full version of Salomon’s newest Salomon TV episode to find out her whole story.

Wow… This is incredible. This is not something everyone can do and not something someone as old as she can do. She has done this task even after a severe fall she had a year ago. Her dedication and determination are so inspiring.
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