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Kyle Williams has completed a non-stop trek of Australia's 26 tallest mountains.
Kyle's expedition took a gruelling 48 hours of continuous trekking. A former army medic and physical trainer, he spent four months of intensive strength training and hiking on the lead-up to this attempt. Here he is atop Mount Kosciuszko, Australia's highest mountain at 2,228m. He has already stopped by 18 peaks, and the journey is not over yet.
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