Martin Jordan, 79, has completed a marathon adventure in the Alps to raise money for Theatre by the Lake in Keswick.
His aim was to complete a sponsored ski down the equivalent of the height of Everest.
In January he travelled to Söll in the Austrian Tyrol to attempt his challenge.
His descent that day was 31,036ft (9,460 metres), topping his Everest target by more than 4,000ft, but on 30 January he went much further.
Money raised by Martin through sponsorship by Martin will be doubled under Arts Council England’s Catalyst funding scheme.
A passionate sportsman, who will be 80 next month, has completed a marathon adventure in the Alps to raise money for Theatre by the Lake in Keswick.
In one day, he skied more than 50 miles and descended more than 42,000ft, taking 35 ski lift rides on the way.
Martin Jordan had aimed to complete a sponsored ski down the equivalent of the height of Everest (29,029ft), a target he beat with ease on a day.
Three British climbers have been killed in an avalanche in the French Alps.
John Taylor and Steve Barber and experienced climber Roger Payne were among nine people killed on Mont Maudit, near Chamonix, on Thursday.
Two of the men – Taylor and Barber were climbing to raise money for a local hospice.
They were part of a team of 28 attempting to reach the summit of Mont Blanc.
Other climbers confirmed dead were from Germany, Spain and Switzerland.
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