A world first Trek to Everest Base Camp

In April 2018, Max Stainton became the first disabled person to trek to Everest on horseback, defying expectations, destroying prejudices, and raising a shed-load of money for charity.

Max, who has Cerebral Palsy, led a team of friends and family, riding his trusty steed Rocky through gruelling conditions over 8 days.

He even managed to raise over £60,000 for the Riding for the Disabled Association, which will all go towards building their new National Training Centre, helping even more disabled people like Max to achieve their wildest horsey dreams.

THE Challenge

18 months of training. 8 days of trekking. 8,000 ft ascended. One incredible world first.

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Meet the team

Meet the amazing team who supported Max on his journey, conquering Everest by his side.

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