World’s first unsupported crossing of the Greenland ice cap by an amputee

3 Countries Challenge

3 Countries Challenge

In September 2019 a group of wounded, injured and sick service personnel cycled over the highest Cols in the Pyrenees through three countries: France, Andorra and Spain! 

Starting in the small mountain town of Luchon, which sits in the middle of the Pyrenees, the team cycled for six very hard days through some amazing countryside.

The cyclists were drawn from the Royal Navy, the Royal Marines, the Mercian Regiment, the Royal Engineers, and the Army Small Arms School, and were supported by three vehicles, one ex-nurse and a Paramedic. 

This endeavour was a true demonstration of rehabilitation through adventure!


Proudly supported by the Endeavour Fund

The Endeavour Fund was created by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Duke and Duchess of Sussex 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.

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3 Countries Challenge