Ed Jackson is scaling Mount Everest in four days ... on his stairs. Thousands have been watching on social media as Jackson climbs and then turns around and descends the stairs at his parents' home, clicking a hand tally taped to the right-hand railing at the bottom. 2,783 laps to reach the summit. A spinal injury in April 2017 shattered Jackson's professional rugby career and left him paralyzed from the neck down, classified as a quadriplegic, unable to move any of his limbs. He has spent the past three years shocking doctors -- maybe even himself, too -- by climbing mountains. And this time, he brought the mountain to him, when coronavirus took away his option of going to Everest itself.