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There’s Ultrarunning. And Then There’s Nolan’s 14. Ouch.
Nolan’s 14 is a 100 mile route through the heart of the Colorado Rockies that traverses 14 14,000 foot peaks. It’s known as the “Mount Everest of Ultrarunning,” and only a handful of people have ever completed it within the 60 hour cutoff time. Watch the full film here, where one dollar from each download is contributed to Paradox Sports.