Welsh adventurer, Ash Dykes is not one to shy away from a challenge. From traversing the length of Madagascar, to walking solo and unsupported through Mongolia, this extreme athlete has achieved a lot for his 26 years.

When Ash met Lord Newborough at Rhug Estate Organic Farm here in Denbighshire, the pair had more in common than they thought. Both have a hunger for adventure that has taken them to places they never expected, where they faced both excitement and danger.

Ash ventured through near-impossible terrain and climbed eight of the highest peaks in Madagascar which saw him come up against bandits, the military and he even survived the deadliest strain of malaria known to man.

Lord Newborough’s ambition and sense of adventure took him to Sierra Leone to protect the natural fishing resource where he endured five years of dodging bullets from the drug cartel whilst trying to help the community make a living from fishing, and even faced death threats from criminals who were using fishing to conceal their illicit activities.

Ash is currently training for his third world first, and with training comes good nutrition, something both Ash and Lord Newborough have a great dedication to. 

See here what happened when Ash came to visit us here at Rhug Estate:

You can expect to see Ash making appearances at Rhug Estate Organic Farm for talks, events and much more.

Ash will be signing his brand new book, Mission:Possible (which will also be available to buy in store RRP £9.99) at Rhug Estate which you will find more information about on our events page. Come and hear about about his adventures, including surviving the deadliest strain of malaria, extreme weather conditions and how he became ‘The Lonely Snow Leopard’.

To see a more detailed schedule of when you can catch Ash at Rhug Estate Organic Farm, how you can purchase one of his exclusive meat boxes and for more footage of Ash at Rhug, see our brand new dedicated Ash Dykes page. 

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