Four Fylde teenagers have returned home after a week’s trekking in the Bavarian Alps.
They were part of an expedition of 14 intrepid teenagers from across Lancashire organised by Lancashire Army Cadet Force (ACF), which included an 1,876m ascent of the Iseler ridge.
Jack Duggan, 14, Kemaney Aberdeen, 17, both from Kirkham, and Callum Leaf, 16, and Sam Roberts, 16, both from Blackpool, are cadets with Lancashire ACF.
During the expedition the cadets also walked the Starzlachklamm Gorge, ascended the Grunten Mountain and visited the famous castle at Schloss Neuschwanstein.
The Army Cadets gives young people from all walks of life access to fun, friendship, action and adventure, and challenges and adventures that could change their lives.
Army Cadets are challenged to try new challenges and experiences.
With 41,000 cadets and 9,500 adults in more than 1,600 locations around the UK, the Army Cadets have changed the lives of millions of youngsters.
For more information on how to join the cadets or help as an adult volunteer, visit www.armycadets.com