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Yorkshire Three Peaks 2022
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Event date Sat 17th Sep 2022 06:45
A 24 mile circular walk across the Yorkshire Three Peaks offering amazing views and a great team atmosphere. A fully marshalled walk with checkpoints offering refreshments and support from the Charity Team who will be there to spur you on.
Starting in Horton-in-Ribblesdale, you will begin your journey hiking up Pen-Y-Ghent, past Ribblehead Viaduct to ascend Whernside and finally tackle the short scramble up Ingleborough before heading back into Horton-in-Ribblesdale where we will be waiting to celebrate your return.
It will be an early start with most walkers expected to complete the challenge in 12 hours. You will need to put in the training and once you are signed up, you will receive a in depth information pack.
We are once again offering two registration options:
Pay a £35 registration fee and then raise as much sponsorship as you can; we ask you aim for a minimum of £130
Self-fund - pay the £35 reg fee, plus a £50 donation and there is no need to worry about sponsorship
What does the registration fee include?
£35 registration fee includes;
a fully marshaled walk with support which means, we will get you off the mountain if needed or bring you back to the start if you can't finish
an event t-shirt
a dedicated page to collect donations and share your story
Is the Walk guided?
No, the walk is marshaled at checkpoints for safety and we have full mountain support from KUTA Outdoors. We will provide you with a detailed itinerary and kit list upon sign up. You will be responsible ot navigating your own way, but there is great signing throughout and you'll see us at checkpoints.
Is there an age limit for the walk?
We don't reccommend children under the age of 16 taking part in the walk and then they must be accomplished at walking the distance and terrain. We welcome all ages, please just ensure that you are physically fit enought to endure the walk.
How long is the walk?
You will be walking 6 miles on some steep terrain for around 12 hours or more. We aim to set you off about 07:15am and for it to tke around 12 hours.
How fit do I need to be to take on the walk?
All fitness levels are welcome, however we expect walkers to complete the challenge with in 6 hours. The amount of training you will need to do will depend on your current level of fitness. If you haven’t exercised for some time, you should seek your GP's advice before starting a new exercise regime.
We suggest that you do some uphill walking in advance! The Howardian Hills, Sutton Bank, North York Moors and the Cleveland Way have some great inclines.
Are dogs permitted on the walk?
No, dogs a not permitted on the walk. Thisis in the best interest of the dog, other walkers and the animals in the fields that you will cross.
Are transport or accommodation provided?
No, they are not, but we can offer advice on where to stay. Many people have planned on making a weekend of it.
Are there toilets?
Yes, there are toilets in the National Trust Car Park across the road from the registration point
Why is there a registration fee?
Your entry fee covers the cost of the marshals, safety support, t-shirt and medal.
Your sponsorship will also go towards supporting staff and patients who visit our hospitals across the Trust.
Why is there a self-funded option?
We appreciate that not everyone wants to ask for sponsorship but still want to take part and support us. Upon registration, you will get a fundraising page created, but you don’t have to use it.
Is there a minimum fundraising target?
We encourage participants to raise £130, however we understand times are difficult for everyone at the moment and we are hugely grateful to our supporters for taking on this challenge. Raise as much as you can by sharing your fundraising page with friends and family so they can sponsor you.
Can I raise sponsorship offline?
Yes you can. You will receive a sponsorship form upon registration and we can supply you with collecting tins and personalised posters for those local shops and pubs. Get in touch with us and we'll get things ready for you.
Can I decide which hospital my money goes towards?
Yes – simply let us know if you have a specific department that you would like to support.
What happens once I've signed up?
Once you've signed up to the challenge you will receive your Yorkshire Three Peak welcome and information pack via email. A fundraising page will be created when you register, which means you can start your fundraising right away!
Your t-shirt will be sent out to you no later than two weeks before the event or when you have reached your fundraising target.
You will receive monthly emails offering training advice and fundraising tips.
Thank you for finding out further information, if you require anything esle, please call 01904 724521 or email firstname.lastname@example.org