Record-breaking Welsh adventurer holding talk this weekend

Record-breaking Colwyn adventurer Ash Dykes is holiday a talk on his record breaking Mongolia trip this weekend, perfect for those of you visiting one of our North Wales holiday parksAsh Dykes will be talking about his adventures near our North Wales holiday parksTitled ‘Ash Dykes – Walking Mongolia’, the 24-year-old adventurer will talk about how he has become the first person in history to walk the entire length of Madagascar, from south to north. Along the way, he even conquered the summit of the eight highest mountains. Nominated as the National Adventurer of the Year, he managed to complete his expedition in only 155 days, which saw him walk more than 3.5 million steps to reach the northerly most point of the island, Cap d’Ambre. For the past five years, Ash has been travelling across the world in search of challenges and adventure, including cycling across countries and learning how to survive in the jungle with a Burmese hill tribe. He previously spent two years as a scuba diving instructor in Thailand, but now is hoping to add many more firsts to his list. At aged 23, he broke a world record by becoming the first person to walk more than 1500 miles unaided and solo, across Mongolia from the Altai Mountains to the Mongolian Steppe, trekking across the hazardous Gobi Desert! Ash will be holding his talk at Electric Mountain, Llanberis on the 6th March from 6pm. For more information and to buy tickets, visit  Photo courtesy of Ash Dykes Official Website

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