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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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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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Rock Week 21 Team

Rock Week 2021 (RW21)

Published Monday, 13th September 2021
A team of wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans have gathered together in Cornwall for an incredible week of rock climbing, led by 65DN’s Support Team members Dave Pearce and Pat Parsons. For many it is their first rock climbing experience, for others it is an opportunity
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Chris Craven

Meet Team CP22 - Chris Craven

Published Friday, 25th March 2022
Chris Craven, a former Royal Marine Commando, is part of the team that will soon be setting out to summit Carstensz Pyramid, or Puncak Jaya ("Glorious Peak") as it is known locally. In 2003 Chris started to become ill, shutting down and seeking isolation to deal with his mental health
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S Keeling Rock Week

Meet Team CP22 - Shaun Keeling

Published Friday, 25th March 2022
Shaun Keeling is a former Royal Marines Commando with a passion for the outdoors and climbing mountains. Whilst serving on OP Herrick 7 in Afghanistan he suffered a serious back injury. The pain was so severe that he was unable to walk more than a few steps and there were days
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Conquering Kilimanjaro

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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