Record attendance, eye opener for the first timers.
Great day for family and community. So many new friends.
Funds raised £14,000
3 peaks completed, 107
3 peaks achievement, 141
1 peak victors, 104
Total present on the day 373
Big thanks to all
Trek leaders, guides, first aiders
Transport team - and car and van providers
To the many who raised funds with dedication
and all the participators
Next year Sunday 01 May 2011
Join us on May Bank Holiday (Sunday 2nd May 2010) as we do the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge
The Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge is a sponsored walk/trek with a 24.5 mile distance, and a total climb of 5000ft. It includes Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough.
Please meet us at Horton in Ribblesdale, 6.30am for registration and briefing in the Cafe car park! Last year, 195 walkers and 14 volunteers took part in this sponsored trek. You must arrive by 6.30am for registration
Last year we raised £11,885 including gift aid tax relief, a big thank you to all participants and donors.
Please get in touch if you would like more details.
Download and print: Registration Form | Fund-raising form
There is a registration fee of £5 and you must complete a personal & group registration form.
Money raised will be for the Sewa International Charity general fund.
YOU MUST BE KITTED FOR A TREK
Boots, waterproofs, food, water, chocolates etc.
Be prepared for bad weather.
Average fitness - walk time app 12 Hours, fast group 9 hours.
Walk 1 or 2 peaks only
- Pen-y-Ghent 5 miles return to start point then attempt
- gleborough peak and back to Horton in Ribblesdale, 9 mile gentle slope.
volunteer guides will assist on the day
REST POINTS - water, fruits, chocolates will be available and transport to car park at start point will be provided
A65 to Skipton, B6479 Settle and to Horton in Ribblesdale
Car park is adjacent to Horton Cafe
DISCLAIMER: participation is at your own risk and by taking part you acknowledge and assume the risks inherent therein and further acknowledge that you are responsible for all your actions and fitness and health. You use any transportation arranged by the organisers at your own risk. The organisers are not responsible for the condition of the route and do not accept any responsibility for any injuries or illness.