Yorkshire Three Peaks Charity Challenge Sunday 9th June 2013 - completed in 11 hours, 57 minutes


Yorkshire Three Peaks Charity Challenge

This is a gruelling 25-mile trek across three of Yorkshire's highest peaks - 1600m ascent in less than 12 hours. We completed this demanding and strenous walk, as part of our 25th anniversary celebrations, and raised £7,688.75 for our two chosen charities.

Mark Reid, author of 'The Inn Way' guidebooks and qualified Mountain Leader expertly guided us across Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent - keeping us safe, well and motivated.

Here are a few photos of us completing the Yorkshire Three Peaks and some of us in training for the mammoth challenge:


Captain Cook's Monument and Roseberry Topping, Tees Valley - 8 miles reaching 1,049 ft (320m) high.


Practice treks up Pen-y-ghent 2,277 ft (694m)


The White Horse at Kilburn


Clapham Village to Ingleborough training walk - 12 miles 2,372 ft (723 metres)


Buckden Pike - 12 miles reaching 2,303 ft (702m) high


Training walk up Whernside, the highest of the Three Peaks at 2400ft

Nicola and Karen Nicola and Monica