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The peak of achievement

Phillipa Hilton recently took part in an 8-strong team to tackle the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge.

We did it! She cried triumphantly. It was a smashing team effort completing the 24.5-mile challenge and 1585m of ascent in just 10hrs 35 mins, beating the 12hr target!

Peak 1 (Pen-y-Ghent) – On a glorious spring day, they began their 694m climb up Pen-y-Ghent, the longest trip of the three peaks. It wasn’t long before it was realised waterproofs wouldn’t be needed, so they were left at the first pit stop to lighten the load.

Peak 2 (Whernside) – Following the first pit stop, next up was 736m up Whernside. This peak proved more of a challenge on the descent than on the climb – it was very steep with lots of loose rocks.

Peak 3 (Ingleborough) – Finally, the last climb was to be 723m up Ingleborough. The first two peaks took a lot out of the team; they were all feeling tired but needed to keep going before seizing up! But, after 24.5 miles of walking, they finally completed the challenge and couldn’t wait to meet up with the support crew to enjoy a well-deserved drink!

The walking team wanted to thank their support crew for keeping them fed and watered throughout – they could not have done it without them!

A huge thank you to also those who very kindly donated, it is very much appreciated.

Congratulations to Albert on ticking off yet another challenge from his list in aid of the charity Mesothelioma UK.

To donate, visit: https://www.justgiving.com/page/albert-walton-1673094432701