Meet: Adaptive Grand Sam. She's got her sights set on Everest, after suffering devastating injuries in the Austrian mountains in December 2015.
No excuses, just one foot in front of the other, as the Adaptive Grand Slammers take on the fourth mountain in the Adaptive Grand Slam series.
The trials and tribulations faced by our Adaptive Grand Slammers in Argentina is coming to a screen near you soon. Watch this space...
We're now looking for applicants for 3 new challenges in 2017/2018.
1: An unsupported Rafting Expedition. The aim of this expedition is to descend the Moa River in packrafts, transecting the southern half of Sierra Leone, finishing at Tiwai Island.
2: Summit attempt Mt Everest. The aim of this expedition is to climb the highest mountain in the world.
3 Everest Base camp trekking team. The aim of this trek is to walk to Everest base camp and support the summit team.
Selection weekend is running from 16-18 June 2017 in Herefordshire. For more details or to apply please email email@example.com
If you're registered disabled or have been medically discharged from the Armed Forces you're eligible to apply and there's no financial cost to you!
"Reaching the top was emotional. All the training and preparation had paid off." Jacob Gardner
"I must admit I did think about turning back on a number of occasions but to come this close and not summit would have been very painful."
Listen to Adaptive Grand Slam founder, Martin Hewitt's message of thanks from Mount Aconcagua.
"It was at this point I blacked out, just for a few seconds."
A proud Kelda Wood reflects on an amazing achievement
The much anticipated phone call on Mount Aconcagua 2017 summit day
Martin Hewitt's final update before the ascent on the summit of Mount Aconcagua
The buzz is building in the camp, with two days until summit day.