Putting fitness to test for Wiltshire’s Air Ambulance
Updated 2:35pm Wednesday 9th April 2014 in News
Adventurous types who want to raise money for Wiltshire’s Air Ambulance are being offered a challenge in Snowdonia.
The two-day trip involves a combination of cycling 17km around Mount Snowdon, trekking 15km to the summit and canoeing 4km across Llyn Padarn to the finish.
The challenge, led by trekking and challenge event specialist firm Adventurous Ewe, includes a leader, full support team, back-up vehicles and one night’s accommodation.
Claire Kelly, head of events for the air ambulance, said: “You can do this challenge individually or as part of a ten-strong team. You will need a good level of fitness, as you will feel physically and mentally tired.
“But the sense of achievement and satisfaction will make it all worthwhile. What’s more, you will be helping to raise much-needed funds.”
The Snowdon challenge will take place on May 3, June 6 and September 19 and costs £200, plus a minimum of £300 in sponsorship.
Visit www.adventurousewe.co.uk/ groups/snowdon-adventure-challenge for more information. Register to take part at email@example.com