Yorkshire Three Peaks participantsImage: Running Bee Foundation

Ay Up, Up, Up!

Running Bee Foundation want you to join them at the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge. Are you 'up' for it?

If the last year has had you climbing the walls, how about taking that experience and using it to climb some hills instead? Entries are now open for the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge which is scheduled to take place on Friday, 28 May. 

The challenge takes on the peaks of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough and sees entrants covering a distance of 24 miles in under 12 hours. The peaks in question form part of the Pennine range and encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. 

This unique event not only allows entrants the opportunity to bask in the glory of their achievement, it also provides the perfect backdrop to bask in what is a stunning rural race location. 

If the thought of 12 hours on your own isn’t the way you saw your post-lockdown life taking shape then how about making it a social occasion with friends or work colleagues? 

Entry is £30pp, with a minimum fundraising target of £100pp. All participants will receive a new Running Bee Foundation charity t-shirt, Enervit products and Yorkshire Three Peaks completion certificate. Groups will be lead by fully qualified guides via Sports Tours International.

If you would like to head for the hills later this month then find out more by visiting the Running Bee Foundation website

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