I AM TREKKING THE SOUTHERN ALPS TO FIGHT MS!
Multiple sclerosis is the most common disease of the central nervous system and it strikes young people in the prime of their lives.
There is currently no known cure.
It's quite staggering that multiple sclerosis affects more young people than any other neurological condition, with the average age of diagnosis just 30 years old. Every case of multiple sclerosis is unique – the symptoms, severity and progress of the disease are different for everyone.
So I’m trekking the awe-inspiring landscapes, native bushland and expansive plains, canyons, countryside and coast of Aotearoa, New Zealand’s scenic South Island, to raise funds to deliver essential MS support services and ensure no one faces MS alone.
Please DONATE now to support my trek and give hope to thousands of Australians living with multiple sclerosis.
Thank you for your support.
4ks to Whale RockSunday 10th Sep
I’m backSaturday 2nd Sep
This won’t helpSaturday 8th Jul
Only 6.5 times more altitudeTuesday 27th Jun
2200 STEPS!Sunday 25th Jun
2200 steps on the third day.
Sealy Tarns is 2200 steps. I’ve started taking the stairs at work which works out to 14 flights. So, if 2200 steps is about 183 flights, that is about 169 flights more than what I do at work. Wow. I better start climbing more stairs.Share