Participate in Adventurous Challenge


Changing Perception of Disability


Inspire and Motivate Others


65 Degrees North is proud to be supported by The Royal Marines Charity.


"Swansea Uni is proud to support 65 Degrees North. Our research team is behind the team all the way."

Rehabilitation Through Adventure

In 2014 a team came together to help one man achieve his dream to be the 'First Amputee to Cross the Greenland Ice Cap Unsupported!' Nobody had even imagined anything beyond this incredible expedition .... but 8 years and 15 projects later 65 Degrees North has continued to help over 100 wounded, injured and sick (WIS) service personnel and veterans realise their own ambitions. 

'Rehabilitation Through Adventure' offers our WIS community the opportunity to participate in challenging, unique and arduous expeditions which has significant benefits. We have witnessed first-hand how it impacts positively on their mental health and wellbeing and helps change lives for the better.

Our Endeavours

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Pilgrims Ride '22 (PR22)

Published Friday, 3rd June 2022
 In July 2022 a small team of wounded, injured and sick (WIS) will set out to cycle 2000km (1243 miles)! The Via Francigena (‘the way of the Franks’) is an ancient road and pilgrimage route running from Canterbury Cathedral to the Vatican City in Rome.This epic adventure will push the
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Carstensz Pyramid (CP22)

Published Sunday, 19th December 2021
Carstensz Pyramid is the highest peak in Indonesia and Australasia and is the most elusive of the Seven Summits. Rising from the dense tropical jungle of West Papua and often shrouded in mist, this remote mountain maintains a sense of mystery. At 4884m Carstensz Pyramid is the lowest of the
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The Pilgrims Ride

Published Tuesday, 19th July 2022
The team left Canterbury on Friday 1st July and rode in to Rome 12 days and 1200 miles later!Covering an average of 100 miles every day this epic adventure tested them over varying terrain, from the high Alps of Switzerland to the sweltering heat of Italy. Some stretches, such as their
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Meet Team PR22 ~ Bryan & Jake Smith

Published Saturday, 18th June 2022
Father and son, Bryan and Jake, will be supporting the team taking on the 2000km bike ride from Canterbury to Rome
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Meet Team PR22 ~ Paul 'Johnny' Morris

Published Saturday, 18th June 2022
Colour Sergeant Morris joined the Royal Marines in July 1987 and successfully completed 30 weeks of Commando Training.
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'Conquering Kili' 2016

President: Lieutenant General Rob Magowan CB CBE, Vice President: Major General Andy Keeling CB CBE 
65 Degrees North is a charity registered in England and Wales (number 1185047).
Registered address: Walter Hunter & Co, 24 Bridge St, Newport, NP20 4SF 

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