The Yorkshire Three Peaks walk is a famous and demanding 26 mile hike across the three highest peaks in Yorkshire. Challenge yourself and help us continue caring for terminally ill patients.
Daring hike in the Dales
The Yorkshire Three Peaks walk is a famous and demanding 26 mile hike across the three highest peaks in Yorkshire:
* Pen-y-ghent - 2,277ft
* Whernside - 2,415ft
* Ingleborough - 2,375ft
Not to be underestimated, the ever-changing terrain and weather of the ruggedly beautiful Yorkshire Dales will not only test your physical stamina and capabilities but will push you to your absolute limits.
Challenge yourself and help us continue caring for terminally ill patients.
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This is a closed (or bespoke) challenge which means to take part you must raise funds for this charity - you cannot choose your own charity.
Run, walk, trek, jump or cycle - at home or abroad. Marie Curie Cancer Care provides free nursing care and support to more than 25,000 patients and their family every year. By taking on your own challenge you'll be helping us continue this work.
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