12 September 2015
We’re ready for the challenge! We’ve teamed up with the British Red Cross to complete 26 miles over the Offa’s Dyke within 10 hours. Sound’s easy? Well not if you’re a truck driver or an office slouch like us!
Taking on a marathon with hills as you walk 26 miles of the Offa’s Dyke path in North Wales, through mountains up to 1,818ft high. We teamed up with the Red Cross for this incredible challenge, now in its fourth year. Not for the faint-hearted, the challenge is to trek 26 miles of the Offa’s Dyke path from Clwyd Gate, Ruthin, to the coast at Prestatyn, following the Clwydian Mountains. The path rises steeply to the highest point of Moel Fammau, 1,818 feet, and then takes walkers through a series of sharp climbs and falls against a backdrop of magnificent scenery.