DEVILS TOWER NATIONAL MONUMENT, Wyo. (CBS4) – A Colorado man has laid claim to a record in Wyoming.

The Devils Tower National Monument posted to Facebook Thursday morning that Robert of Colorado recently broke the record as the oldest person to climb to the top.

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Robert didn’t just break it, though, he shattered the record.

The monument posted that the previous record holder was 81-years-old. Robert is 87, and, obviously, not ready to slow down any time soon.

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At an elevation of 5,112 feet, the Devils Tower is 867-feet-tall from its base to the summit. And there’s no way to the top but to climb straight up it.

At the top is approximately an acre-and-a-half of grasses, cactus, sagebrush, and one amazing view as seen in Robert’s photo.

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Climbing history dates back to 1893, the national monument posted on the NPS site, with an estimated 6,000 people making it to the top each year.