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Rehabilitation Through Adventure

 

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Inspire and Motivate Others

65 Degrees North seeks to help in the rehabilitation of wounded or damaged ex-servicemen and women by offering the opportunity to participate in challenging adventure.

 By changing the perception of physical and mental disability through the ‘Spirit of Adventure’ we aim to inspire and motivate others to overcome, achieve and succeed.

 

65 Degrees North are proud to be supported by The Endeavour Fund

RFEF

The Endeavour Fund was created by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry to support sporting and adventurous challenges conducted by wounded, injured or sick service personnel and veterans. The fund aims to promote these activities as part of a recovery pathway and to amplify the actions of these incredible people in order to inspire others to challenge their perceptions of what is truly possible.

www.endeavourfund.co.uk / www.royalfoundation.com / Twitter: @endeavourfund

 

 

Current Endeavours

Leader '18

In April a group of ten wounded, injured or sick veterans will embark in ‘The Leader’, a Brixham trawler built in 1892, for six days of sailing adventure on the seas to the south of Devon and in the outer Channel.

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Denali

In June 2018 65 Degrees North will set out to summit Denali. With a summit elevation of 20,310 feet (6190m) above sea level Denali is the highest peak in North America, and with a vertical rise of about 18,000 feet, it is the tallest land-based mountain on Earth!

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“Swansea University is proud to support 65 Degrees North. Our research expertise is behind the team all the way.”

65 Degrees North Supports The Royal Marines Charity