Eight-Year-Old Boy from Wakefield Climbs Equivalent of Eight Mount Everests

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Charlie, an eight-year-old from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, has achieved a remarkable feat of climbing the equivalent of eight Mount Everests. He has accomplished this by spending his weekends climbing with his father Paul, and together they have scaled some of the highest peaks in Great Britain, including Ben Nevis and Scafell Pike.

The duo from Altofts have completed over 200 ascents, and Charlie’s aim is to eventually conquer Mount Everest. This incredible achievement started when they asked Charlie what he wanted to do on his fifth birthday holiday to Anglesey, and he said he wanted to climb a mountain. Paul couldn’t be prouder of his son, stating that what he has accomplished at such a young age is unbelievable. They have no plans to stop climbing anytime soon.

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