One of the Last Great British Adventures…….
They did it! On Friday 13th June the Beeline Britain team completed the first ever straight-line journey from Land’s End to John O’Groats, a total of 1,100km. Now you have the chance to see the team on stage and on screen at the Royal Geographical Society on Friday 28th November 2014. Click here for tickets. Preview the documentary film As The Crow Flies on Vimeo.
The Beeline Britain team, which is supported by Prince Harry’s Endeavour Fund, kayaked, cycled, mountain biked and hiked their way across the UK, completing two record breaking sea crossings on route, including the longest open sea kayak crossing in UK waters; 34 hours of non-stop kayaking over 200km.
The team of four includes a serving RAF Aircrew, a retired Army Captain and Team GB Paralympian, a professional kayak coach and the first Welsh woman to summit Mount Everest. Meet the team here.
The journey was completed in 28 days and was reported on in both national and regional press, on radio, television and online.
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