An adventure junkie financial adviser is looking to raise £2,500 for charity by running three marathons, cycling across the country and scaling a Russian mountain.
Keith Packwood, who works at Southport-based ADA Financial, is hoping to raise £2,500 for The Katie Piper Foundation by running the Barcelona, Edinburgh and Snowdonia marathons in addition to scaling 18,500ft Russian mountain Mt Elbrus.
Packwood began his year of gruelling physical challenges - the Aim High 4 Seasons Challenge - by running the Barcelona marathon in March and is now preparing for the Edinburgh marathon next month before heading out to Russia to climb Mt Elbrus, reports the Southport Visiter.
Days after reaching the peak of the Russian mountain, he will take part in the UK coast to coast cycle.
He will then complete his challenge by running in the Snowdonia marathon in October.
"I really wanted to help raise money for a good cause rather than just do them for the sake of it, and The Katie Piper Foundation does some fantastic work, so I'm hoping to raise at least £2,500 to help support them," he said.
The Katie Piper Foundation provides support to people with burns and scars.
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