Rosie May Foundation Yorkshire 3 Peaks
Climb Yorkshire’s Highest Peaks!
Ingleborough, Whernside, Pen-y-Ghent
Dominating the skyline of the western Yorkshire Dales Park, these 3 distinctively shaped fells tower over the surrounding moors and countryside of Settle, Clapham and Ingleton.
From Horton, the clock starts ticking….
Walking as one team we will attempt to conquer the peaks of Whernside (736m), Ingleborough (723m) and Pen-y-Ghent (694m); covering 39km; climbing over 1700m. With just 12 hours to return to Horton and stamp our cards in the famous Pen-y-Ghent Café to successfully complete the challenge and enter the ‘Three Peaks of Yorkshire Club’.
Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations...
The Rosie May Foundation was set up in memory of Rosie May Storrie, age 10, who was brutally murdered at a Christmas party in 2003. Immediate funds from overwhelming donations went to Sheffield Paediatric Intensive Care Unit which gave Rosie May very special care during the last precious 48 hours of her short life. Her family have built and fully fund the ‘Rosie May Home’ for Tsunami Orphans and abandoned girls in Sri Lanka giving them a future that Rosie May was denied. "Together We Can Make A Difference" www.rosie-may.com
Included in the trip
- Accommodation the night before and after the event.
- Group led Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge day.
- Training walks at various locations (optional).
- Personal Insurance NOT included
- Necessary Kit List: click here
Life begins at the end of your comfort zone!