Dan and Phillipa's Challenge
Dan and Phillipa Munday
We have been working in Nepal for the last 5 and a half years. Phillipa has been a teacher at KISC International School in Kathmandu and Dan has been working in palliative care, undertaking development projects supported by EMMS International.
When we are not working Phillipa is often off with friends for an early morning walk, whilst Dan is on his bike, puffing up the hills around Kathmandu. We will be back in the UK for a few months and could not resist joining the 5 Ferry and Goatfell Challenge. We will exchange the stunning Nepali scenery for the equally stunning Scottish scenery and will enjoy taking lung-fulls of fresh Scottish sea air in exchange for the pollution laden air of the Kathmandu valley :-( Dan will cycle and climb and Phillipa will join him on Goatfell.
Taking part will enable us and our friends to directly support EMMS International in the fantastic work that it does in Nepal, India and Africa. We have been able to achieve so much in a short time in Nepal developing palliative care, thanks to the partnership we have enjoyed with EMMSI. But there is so much more that needs to be done, so we do hope that our friends will be able to give generously.
5 Ferry and Goatfell Challenge
Join us for this exciting Scottish challenge! Take part in the 5 Ferry Challenge, climb Goatfell, Arran's highest peak or try both!
Option 1: the 'Reverse 5 Ferry Challenge’, an exhilarating journey through some of Scotland's most breath-taking scenery, incorporating 4 cycling sections and 5 ferry crossings.
Option 2: Climb Goatfell, Arran's highest peak at 2,867 feet! At just 134 feet short of a Munro, Goatfell is one of Scotland’s most popular peaks with stunning views across the island and on a clear day, across to Ben Lomond, Jura and the coast of Ireland.
Option 3: Take part in both the 5 Ferry & Goatfell challenges, with an overnight stay on the isle of Arran!
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