1,916 ft down
3 iconic buildings
1 hell of an experience

On Monday 7th September 2015, a select, daredevil group abseiled from the top of three of the City’s most iconic buildings – 30 St Mary Axe, The Leadenhall Building and 20 Fenchurch Street, otherwise known as The Gherkin, The Cheesegrater and The Walkie-Talkie, 1,916ft down to the ground below.

This epic descent - the longest civilian abseil in history and the first time anyone has ever abseiled down these buildings before – helped raise life-changing funds for The Outward Bound Trust and The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity: transforming the lives of young people as well as serving and former naval personnel and their families in the UK. Full details can be found in the City Three Peaks impact report, on the left hand side of this page.