A 90-year-old man achieved an incredible goal : he became the oldest person to trek the Grand Canyon, a Guinness World Record.

According to the YouTube video, Alfredo Aliaga Burdio, a Spanish hiker, completed the 24-mile trek from rim to rim in less than a day.

According to the video, Alfredo needed 21 hours and 15 minutes to finish the hike of more than 20 miles.

In the video, Alfredo leads his group as they are greeted with acclaim and cheers after achieving a new world record on a hike.‘We succeeded!’ Following his hike, Alfredo exclaims.

Alfredo discussed his thoughts regarding the hike and the challenges of walking the Grand Canyon later in the video.

It was not easy, so I’m glad to be here, he stated. Alfredo trained in advance of his walk that broke the record in one of the most popular national parks in the US.

According to the description of the film, the 92-year-old would hike eight miles every day before going on his walk.

However, Alfredo has hiked before. One activity Alfredo loved to do with his late wife was hiking.

The ninety-two-year-old said he had taken pleasure in hiking throughout the world.Alfredo, what a fantastic accomplishment!

Many persons half Alfredo’s age could not make the 24 kilometers of walking in the Grand Canyon.

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