The males ran a route from Sierra Leone’s northern border with Guinea throughout 260 miles southwest and ended on the coast simply south of the capital, Freetown.
The group named the problem, which is akin to operating on a treadmill in a sauna for 10 days, Sierra260.
The whole elevation acquire took the group larger than the Mount Everest Base Camp.
The group battled dense mountainous rainforests, filth tracks, river crossings, 90 per cent humidity, 35 diploma warmth and scorching solar.
Among the group have been Todd Langford Archer, 26, from Shrewsbury; Hugo Tapp, 28, from Ludlow; Ed Thompson, 26, from Bridgnorth, and Jack Wrigley, 26, from Ludlow.
The group accomplished the problem to boost consciousness and funds for charities.
They raised £78,369.23, however aimed to boost £100,000 for charities Mind and Street Child, so might be holding additional fundraising occasions over the approaching months.
Sierra Leone has had a tough previous following years of civil battle and in 2015 was hit by an ebola epidemic that claimed four,000 lives and orphaned greater than 12,000 kids. Although now ebola free, the legacy of the virus continues to be felt.
Street Child works to construct colleges, trains academics, connects orphaned or deserted kids with households and provides dad and mom in poverty enterprise grants. The charity began in Sierra Leone in 2008 and has since helped greater than 60,000 kids.
Mind is a psychological well being charity which supplies badist and recommendation to these experiencing psychological well being issues.
If you have an interest in supporting Sierra260, go to sierra260.com