Bagging Anna Wells on the Winter Munro Round

On 13th March, Anna Wells became the fourth person (and first woman) to complete a Munro round in winter, equalling the previous record of 83 days set by Martin Moran. Keri Wallace caught up with her to find out more about how she approached the challenge, how she stayed motivated, and what might be next... 

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