Challenge Yourself In 2017 With The Red Cross Three Peaks Challenge

Challenge Yourself In 2017 With The Red Cross Three Peaks Challenge
Challenge Yourself In 2017 With The Red Cross Three Peaks Challenge

Banish those January blues by signing up for a beautiful trek through Yorkshire’s finest countryside for charity this summer.

Registration for ’ annual Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge event is now open.

Give yourself something to look forward to through the miserable winter months by signing up to take part in this stunning trek this summer.

The fantastic 24 mile walk takes on the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, with stunning views across the Yorkshire Dales.

You could do it alone, with friends, family or colleagues.

In the tenth consecutive year of organising the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge we look back to over 1500 walkers, walking together over 250 miles and raising an amazing £600,000 for the Red Cross.

You, too, can be a part of our Three Peaks legacy and be a part of Team Red Cross.

Senior Community Fundraiser for in Yorkshire, Helen Whale said:

“The best walk in the world, right here in Yorkshire, walked by the best in the world – Yorkshire folk! Of course, we do we let others in too, because it would be just too mean to keep this all to ourselves.

“Seriously, it’s a fantastic walk, with fantastic for a fantastic cause.”

“Whether you complete one, two or three of the peaks you’ll be assured of a hero’s return, safe in the knowledge that all the money you raise will be helping in real need both overseas and right here in Yorkshire.”

Entry to the event, on Saturday 15th July 2017 costs £10. There is no minimum sponsorship, but the Red Cross’ expert fundraisers will help every walker to raise as much as possible.

Helen added:

“The Red Cross helps who have had their lives turned upside down by a crisis or disaster in the UK and overseas. These range from prolonged hospitalisation to floods, house fires, earthquakes, famine, typhoons, war, to crises such as those happening in Syria and Yemen.”

For more information visit or contact Helen Whale on 0113 201 5256 or .

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