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Dan and Ben: Cambrian Way Record Attempt


Dan and Ben are two brothers from Conwy in North Wales and they aim to walk ‘The Cambrian Way’ in record time (10 days) during July 2013 to raise funds for Walking With The Wounded.

The Cambrian Way is classed as one of the UK’s hardest routes, starting in Cardiff Castle in South Wales and finishing in Conwy Castle, North Wales. The route is 275 miles long, it tops over 45 of Wales’ summits, and has an accumulated ascent of over 60,000ft. It will be the equivalent of trekking a marathon per day, for 10 days.

Ben and Dan are both active servicemen in the Royal Air Force and are committed to completing ‘Walking Home’ within the record time to support a cause that is close to their hearts: the retraining of our wounded and injured soldiers, and their return to the workplace .

“The charity identifies and supports organisations that look beyond immediate medical care and short term rehablitation to the challanges of reintegration and retraining for civilian life. Our wounded have a very different future to the one they had planned.”Dan & Ben

Please click here to support their walk.

“The morning of day 10 – the final push to Conwy Castle is about to begin”

“Letting the feet recover for 5mins”

“The desolation of Mid-Wales”

“Arrival at Conwy Castle and met by family and friends”

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