Guy Haddleton is a walker. It's the slow and steady, one step at a time approach that appeals to him. He knows from experience that the Alps, the Himalayas and the Pyrenees can all be broken down into the effort it takes to put one foot in front of the other. And he sees no point escalating things to the discomfort of a run or even a light jog.

"If we were supposed to run, I would've been given four legs like a dog or horse," he says, struggling to hide his grin. "I'm not supposed to run, so I

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