Business development manager of Virtual Worlds, owned by Cyncly, David Roberts climbed Snowdon to raise £5,5000 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA).
In memory of his brother Glyn, David Roberts was joined by family and friends who split into two teams, choosing to mountain climb or complete a walk along the Thames.
David Roberts took the Llanberis Path to reach the summit of Wales’s highest mountain, at 1,085 m above sea level.
He was spurred on by his Cyncly colleagues and customers who added to the donations, helping him beat his fundraising target of £5,000.
Reaching the top, David Roberts commented: “Well, we did it! Conquered our fears and anxieties by working together and proving that, ‘Ain’t no mountain high enough’ nor Thames walk long enough to keep us from reaching our fundraising target for the MNDA.
“Thank you so much to everyone who donated, wished us luck, and supplied blister plasters – we could not have done it without you.”
Donations can still be made at a dedicated fundraising page.