Jim Nundy

Our Everest - AUK

My Activity Tracking


My target 130 kms

Every 10 seconds someone in the UK has a potentially fatal asthma attack. I want to make a difference this New Year

I’m taking on Our Everest for AUK this January. I’m walking 130km, the same as the Everest Base Camp trek, because 2021 will be a mountain to overcome for people with lung disease.

Just £14 could fund an hour of life saving research. I'd be very grateful for any donations you could make!

The more people that know about Asthma UK, the greater their impact, so please help get the word out by sharing my page with your friends and family

My Achievements

My Updates

Day 24

Sunday 24th Jan
7.3km today, 130km in total challenge completed, thankyou for your support and kind donations, I intend to carry on walking

Day 22

Friday 22nd Jan
Still struggling with trapped nerve, but got out walking again today, jusy over 5km only 7km to target, thanks kimberley gor your donation 

Day 19

Tuesday 19th Jan
8.6km, 118km completed still no Yeti 

Day 18

Monday 18th Jan
A good walk today, plenty of wild life on the Creek, ajusy over 6km

Day 17

Sunday 17th Jan
6km today, sub 1 hour so very happy, thank you to my friends and family for your support and donations, over 100km completed 

Day 16

Saturday 16th Jan
6km today, 96 in total, back, neck and arm still painful

Day 15

Friday 15th Jan
Another 7+km today, completed 90km so far

Day 14

Thursday 14th Jan
Haven't walked today, neck, arm and shoulder strain and pain

Day 13

Wednesday 13th Jan
A very cold, wet & windy 7.1km walk yoday, was a little out of salts today

Day 12

Tuesday 12th Jan
8.1km today and 75km in total, enjoying the challenge, have had to use my reliever inhaler a few times, I've been shielding when advised by Goverment letter, this walking challenge is having a positive impact on my physical and mental ill health

Day 11

Monday 11th Jan
10km today, 67km in total just over half way completed, enjoying walking

Day 10

Sunday 10th Jan
Just a short 4.5km walk today, pleased with the pace

Day 9 8km

Saturday 9th Jan
Clear blue skies, cold and crisp day, joined by my partner Sue for the walk today, leisurely pace and dropped of a cake parcel halfway through. 

Day 8, 44/130

Friday 8th Jan
Early evening walk 7.1km in the mist, no gorilla's or Yeti's!!!, Thanks to Pauline and Steve for your donation❤️

Day 7

Thursday 7th Jan
Rest day today

Day 6 still no yeti sightings

Wednesday 6th Jan
Rain free 6km walk to day, my remember to take my blue inhaler with me😁

A walk in the rain again

Tuesday 5th Jan
Day 5, lunch time walk 5.3km, enjoying getting out as shielding 

Forgot day3

Monday 4th Jan
6.2km done today

Day 4,

Monday 4th Jan
 7.8km walk in the rain today, 26km in total, stopped and took a photo of a loop holed wall{WW2} 

Day 2

Saturday 2nd Jan
Just over 5km today, euro link industrial estate and murston. 

Day 1 base camp trek

Saturday 2nd Jan
Just over 6km today, euro link industrial estate and Milton Creek 

Ready to start

Wednesday 30th Dec
As I'm shielding this will be my daily exercise schedule 

Thank you to my Sponsors


Jordan Day


Mum, Dad And Pam

Well done Jim. Keep going. Love from Mum, Dad and Pam x x


Doug Stowell

Good luck Cous


Pete Stubbs

Good luck Jim


Sarah Woods

Much love Jim 🌈💙💛💜❤💚


Jim Nundy


Kimberley Bond

Well done Jim


Susan Jenner

Well done Jim. Love you, keep up good work x


Dave Shaw

Cracking job Jim. When you visit we’ll do it over a weekend lol


Jason Gold

All the best Jim, well done mate


Pauline And Steve

Well fine jim


Mally & Lorraine

Well done Jim X From Mally & Lorraine