A British man raised thousands of dollars for a U.K. cancer charity by pushing a Brussels Sprout up a mountain with his nose.

According to BBC News, it took Stuart Kettell three days to nudge the vegetable to the peak of the 3,500 foot Mount Snowdon after he set off last Wednesday.

He was armed with a face guard to protect his nose, and plenty of padding for the rest of his body. Still, Kettell said his arms, legs, feet, knees and neck hurt after the epic hike.

He's taken on other missions to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support, but he said this was the most uncomfortable yet.