In the course of just 53 days, Anna cycled, ran and walked almost 2,000km to reach and make each climb in Scotland, England and Wales. She free soloed the majority of the routes, graded between Moderate and Very Severe, climbing a total of 12,402 metres. Anna's fiancé Mathew Wright provided support along the way, meeting her at various points and capturing images and footage to document the trip, which was possible thanks to backing from Berghaus. Anna used some of the brand's latest specialist kit on the trip, during which she faced a variety of challenging weather conditions.
Anna comments: "Being the first person to complete a human-powered link up of Mountain Rock is something that I'm really proud of, and I certainly hope that I won't be the last to do it! It's been a long, hard, and at times scary journey, but it's allowed me to travel to parts of the UK that I never would have otherwise seen, and challenges like this always remind me just how much of an adventure you can have on our little island, without having to fly off overseas!"
Anna started her Mountain Rock tour on Sunday 24 July, on Beinn Eighe in the Scottish Highlands, and topped out on her final route on Cadair Idris in Wales on Wednesday 14 September.