HOLY ISLAND, Wales, Dec. 13 (UPI) -- Britain's Prince William and a number of other novices practiced mountain rescue techniques as part of their Royal Air Force training.
The prince traversed a 200-foot cliff on Holyhead Mountain in North Wales, steadying a stretcher weighted to simulate an injured climber, the Scotsman reported.
"You're just waiting for me to fall over, aren't you?" William joked with reporters after reaching the bottom successfully.
The prince is preparing to enter Sandhurst, following in the boots of his younger brother, Harry.