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The Vertical Jungfrau Marathon

Watch Roger Schäli and David Heftis complete the first one-day ascent of this unique challenge that takes entails 3,200 meters of vertical climbing to reach the summit of the 4,156-meter Jungrau.

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The “Vertical Jungfrau Marathon” entails 3,200 meters of vertical climbing of all sorts to reach the summit of the 4,156-meter Jungrau. Watch Roger Schäli and David Heftis complete the first one-day ascent of this unique challenge that takes them on a tour of the mountain and virtually every discipline of climbing.


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