The blind man climbs Mount Shasta and plans greater heights

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A man who lost his sight 20 years ago recently climbed Mount Shasta, the fifth highest peak in the state, above 14,000 feet. Lonnie Bedwell said he had trained for years, climbing other mountains. Ascending Mount Shasta and other mountains, you hope to bring awareness to people with disabilities to enable people with disabilities to understand what they are capable of and people without disabilities to to understand what we are capable of, ”Bedwell said. Shata was not the only impressive height Bedwell had conquered. His achievement is also Mount Kilimanjaro, and next month he plans to climb Mount Denali in Alaska. He also hopes to go down in history with Everest in mind. He wants to become the second blind man in recorded history to climb it.

The man, who lost his sight 20 years ago, recently climbed Mount Shasta, the fifth-highest peak in the state, more than 14,000 feet high.

Lonnie Bedwell said he had trained for years, climbing other mountains. He was assisted by guides, prompting and prompting along the route.

“As you climb Mount Shasta and other mountains, you hope to raise awareness so that people with disabilities realize what they are capable of and people without disabilities realize what we are capable of,” Bedwell said.

Shata was not the only impressive height Bedwell conquered. His achievement is also Mount Kilimanjaro, and next month he plans to climb Mount Denali in Alaska.

He also hopes to make history with Everest in mind. He wants to become the second blind man in recorded history to climb it.

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