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Update: Mission Accomplished!
After much careful planning and brilliant execution I am pleased to let you know we have achieved all the goals we set out with Project 944 walk.
We climbed the 9 highest Scottish(UK) peaks in 4 days (plus 4 more for good measure!)
* We walked over 60kms in doing so.
* We ascended over 5076 metres.
* We raised over £4,251 for our four chosen charities.
* We will be closing the account after any final donations on Sunday 7th
July, if you still wish to contribute!
Many thanks to our brilliant sponsors and supporters through our challenge, both Chris and I are extremely grateful.
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Thanks again for your kind support,
Martin & Chris
Hi everyone, and thanks for taking the time to read this brief outline of our biggest challenge for 2019.
In June, we (Chris and Martin), are going to tackle the 9 highest mountains in the UK over 4 days in aid of 4 charities .. the mountains are all conveniently located in Scotland.
The final (4), is the target that we hope to raise through our efforts I.E. £4,000. – £1,000 for each of the very worthy causes detailed below.
Thanks for your kind support
Martin & Chris
There are 9 Munro’s in Scotland that are over 4000 feet. These 9 Mountains are all contained within 2 mountain ranges, 5 in the Cairngorms and 4 in the Ben Nevis range.
This 4 day trip will mean that we will climb them all. We spend 2 days in the Cairngorms (one night wild camping) climbing Cairn Gorm, Ben Macdui, then Braeriach, Cairn Toul and Sgor an Lochain Uaine (Angel’s Peak).
Having completed the first two days, we will travel onwards to Fort William, with an overnight stay preparing for the next event which will be the ascent of Aonach Mor and Aonach Beag. The final day will be spent climbing Carn Mor Dearg with a traverse along the CMD arete to the final summit, Ben Nevis.
Scotland’s highest mountains
1. Ben Nevis 1,345 metres (4,413 ft)
2. Ben Macdui 1,309 metres (4,295 ft)
4. Cairn Toul 1,291 metres (4,236 ft)
5. Sgor na Lochain Uaine 1,258 metres (4,127 ft)
6. Cairn Gorm 1,244 metres (4,081 ft)
7. Aonach Beag 1,234 metres (4,049 ft)
8. Aonach Mòr 1,221 metres (4,006 ft)
9. Càrn Mòr Dearg 1,220 metres (4,003 ft)