Amy Robach climbs to new heights while away from home

Beyond the very clouds

Amy Robach has been having a whirlwind of a time while in Tokyo reporting on the 2020 Olympics for Good Morning America.

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Now that she's fully quarantined and COVID negative though, she's been making full use of her days, and shared news that she'd scaled heights that left fans very impressed.

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The journalist posted a few pictures of her newest achievement in Tokyo, climbing the incredible Mount Fuji.

She shared some of the breathtaking photos she captured from the heights, dressed for the cold weather and standing right above the clouds in spectacular fashion.

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"Above the clouds again #mountfuji," she wrote in the caption. She even added pictures of her team there with her, filming equipment in hand, ready to document the moment for the air.


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Amy's trip to Mount Fuji got some serious appreciation from her fans

Amy's fans were in complete congratulatory mode, seriously impressed by her adventure and the magnificence of the pictures she posted.

"I don't think anyone on Instagram posts more beautiful background pics than you do. Stunning," one fan wrote, with another saying, "Spunky Amy," and a third adding, "Wow! This is breathtaking!"

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The GMA co-anchor recently shared her ecstasy with fans over finally receiving the green light about the end of her mandatory 14 day quarantine period.

She shared that now she was free to travel, and has been delighting her following with the many opportunities she's taken to explore the city and its rich culture.

The journalist has documented her journey through the beautiful city of Tokyo

Not only did she show through photographs her time actually covering the Games and documenting Simone Biles' journey, but she's also dived into more tourist-y activities, such as visiting a traditional tea house and the city square.

"Still exploring this ultra modern city filled with surprises and steeped in history! We bring you along for our tour today on @abcgma3 #tokyo #whatyouneedtoknow," she wrote in the caption for one of her photo stories.

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