Nine of our team will be taking on the 'Welsh 3000's challenge' this Summer - hiking the 15 highest mountains in Wales to raise £3000 for the British Liver Trust, in memory of our friend and colleague Robin Meakins.
The brave group will be taking on what’s probably Britain’s toughest ‘24-hour challenge walk’, requiring fitness, stamina and a certain kind of mindset - hiking the 15 highest mountains of Wales, in a single day. Each mountain peak is over 3000ft (914m) high, all located within Snowdonia National Park, North Wales.
The Welsh 3000s Challenge rules are simple, you complete the 15 peaks in any order you like, by foot. The timer officially starts at the summit of the first peak and doesn’t stop until you reach the summit of the final peak.
As if 15 isn't enough, the team will be climbing a bonus three peaks, 18 hills in all, befitting Robin’s fondness for a round of golf.
If, like us, you're happy to support from the comfort of your own homes, you can make a donation to this excellent charity and support the wilder ones in the team.
The £3,000 the team hope to raise will be used to support the British Liver Trust in achieving their vision of a world without liver disease, by helping them to transform liver health through increased awareness, prevention, improved care and support.
To donate, visit the team’s JustGiving page or click the image below.
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