School young lady from Cheltenham climbs the tallness of Mount Everest during lockdown in memory of her grandma


A 9-year-old young lady from Cheltenham has utilized her steps at home to climb the whole tallness of Mount Everest during lockdown, to fund-raise for Sue Ryder Hospice. 


It took Evie Lowicki 16 days to contact her at-home likeness Mount Everest's renowned 8,848-meter highest point. 


Altogether the youthful lockdown traveler climbed 3,781 stairways, making 58,070 strides simultaneously. 


Her stopgap Everest rising was what could be compared to 29,029 feet of climbing. 


I figured it would be astounding as well if I would return to school and say that I climbed Mount Everest during lockdown. 


Evie Lowicki 


To make the journey as sensible as could really be expected, the youthful climber even rested in a tent subsequent to arriving at the stature of Everest Headquarters. 


Evie raised more than 1,000 pounds for Sue Ryder Leckhampton in memory of her grandma who was really focused on by the cause. 


She recently fund-raised for them by running the Cheltenham Half People group Mile a few times. 


I heard that due to the infection that there isn't sufficient cash for noble cause like Sue Ryder, who were there to help my Babysitter before she kicked the bucket. 


Evie Lowicki 


Evie, who goes to Glenfall People group Elementary School in Charlton Rulers, 


concocted the thought for her most recent raise support subsequent to catching wind of the virtual Everest Challenge on the radio. 


We need to say an enormous thank you to Evie for her mind blowing support at this difficult time. 


Matt Reay, senior local area pledge drive at Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice


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