Letterkenny woman Nikki Bradley has mastered another daring climb ahead of her record-breaking 4 Peaks challenge attempt this summer.

Adaptive adventurer Nikki is known to tackle all types of terrains as she inspires and motivates people to overcome obstacles.

This time, the 31-year-old has climbed to the top of Bristi Stack at Mahery, Donegal alongside Iain Miller of Unique Ascent.

The mission involved a trek over treacherous rocks and a short paddle before a technical climb involving two pitches – and a 100ft abseil from the summit to the base of the stack!

Photo: Iain Miller, Unique Ascent

Nikki Bradley was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer (Ewing’s Sarcoma) at the age of sixteen and the receiver of a second total right hip replacement at the age of twenty six. She has been on a truly unique journey. So unique in fact, she has been informed by her consultant that she is currently one of less than ten people worldwide to have lived through what she has.

Nikki is currently in training for her hardest challenge yet, the 4 Peaks. On the 21st of July, Nikki and Iain will climb four of Ireland’s most iconic mountain peaks in just 24 hours.

Nikki will be first-ever crutch user to take on this gruelling task across Carrauntoohil, Croagh Patrick, Slieve Donard and Errigal.

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The event will be run in conjunction with Nikki’s awareness campaign Fighting Fit For Ewing’s and it will raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society, Action Cancer and the Ross Nugent Foundation.

To find out more and to donate, visit https://themotivationfactory.ie/4-peaks