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A group of men aiming to do the Three Peaks Challenge for charity have been left red-faced after climbing the wrong mountain.

Damien Davis, Kevin Giles, Mike Murray, Dave Murray, James Bowyer and brother Carl Wright formed Team Wayne in honour of their pal Wayne Wilson, who died from leukaemia earlier this year.

They set off on their hiking trip intending to scale Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and then Snowdon, but they somehow managed to end up on Stob Ban, three miles away from Ben Nevis.

Mike Murray reached the summit first after ploughing ahead and came back to meet the rest of the group, commenting: "I hate to break this to you but this ain't it."

To make matters worse, the group then headed to the Lake District to climb Scafell Pike, where three men hurt their ankles or backs and two more got lost.

Thankfully, they abandoned the idea of going up Snowdon - their luck was so bad, they probably would have met the Abominable Snowman!

"We had a gut feeling we might have taken a wrong turn but from ground level those mountains all look about the same height," said Damien Davis.

However, they did still raise £10,000 for charity.

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