We've decided to attempt to climb the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales, in 24 hours. I don't recall why. This is likely to involve a number of considerable challenges for us, in ascending order of difficulty;
1. Walking something in the region of 27 miles, 10,000 feet in height and 450 odd miles driving, inside 24 hours
2. Managing to all meet up and catch a flight from Bristol to Scotland
3. Killing an afternoon in Fort William before starting the walk without going to the pub.
None of us have been to any of the mountains before and none of us really know how to navigate.
With the exception of Greg we're not particularly fit, some less so than others:
But fortunately we're a tight knit, supportive team who look after each other:
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