70 miles from source to sea along the river Cam, through Cambridge and out to the North Norfolk sea. But just doing it once would have been too easy, so, of course, I did it 3 times; once by bicycle, once by foot and once by stand up paddle board (SUP) (here is where the ‘of sorts’ comes in, I didn’t fancy swimming it!). This trio of methods made it 180 miles in all. By far the furthest distance I had traveled thus far on an adventure.
While I completed the walking leg solo, I was joined by a great friend Chantell on the cycling leg who, along with 7 other friends and a dog joined me for the SUP section. The adventure was in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support who had recently supported my mum through treatment for breast cancer.
Find out more in the blogs below or watch the video of my cycling leg.