Sean Swarner went to great lengths — and greater heights — to practice social distancing even before it became a thing.
There was no mass gathering waiting for him when he reached the top of Mount Everest in 2002. Or when he scaled the highest peak on the other six continents to complete the Seven Summits. Or when he trekked to the South Pole in 2015 and the North Pole in 2017.
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