Wheelchair user Shaun Gash will try to scale Kilimanjaro to raise more than £10,000 pounds for charity.
Shaun, from Lancaster is paralysed from the chest down, but it's never held him back. He's tackled both the Great North Run and a skydive in the past year and a half.
He lost the use of his legs after a road accident 24 years ago.
Shaun and his team are in training for the challenge which takes place in August. He'll be raising money for CancerCare and a small children’s charity, Alexandra House.
Shaun's personal website has plenty of information about all of his challenges and achievements. Visit it here.