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On the third of August 2015, Cadet Sergeant Ball and Cadet Corporal Sherrington flew from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Barcelona Airport! The pair were beginning their fifteen-day adventure in the Spainish Pyrenees mountains! During the course of their camp, Ball & Sherrington went white water rafting, rock climbing, mountain climbing, swimming in the lakes (one at 2,200m above sea level), kayaking and, despite it being in Spain, in August, had a snowball fight! Sergeant Ball said “It was a great experience, and a great opportunity – I would recommend it to anyone”. The group of 14 cadets and four members of staff stayed near the town of Benasque – at a base-camp approximately the height of the largest mountain in the United Kingdom – Ben Nevis – which stands at 1,344m above sea level! Also, the group visited the Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey – a pilgrimage site for catholics, which stands 1,236m above the valley floor!