Three Peaks Challenge Archive


Ecuador On Tour

This challenge took place on Saturday, 21 October, 2017.

About the group

We're just 3 lads who want to do some good. This is why during the summer of 2018, we will be travelling to Ecuador where we will be building schools and homes as well as taking part in wildlife conservation. For more information visit the Camps International website or the GoFundMe page that is linked.
Thank you.

Our fundraising page.

Fundraising for Camps International

We’re a social enterprise on a global scale
We are a family of a dozen nationalities spread around the world, with one common goal. We are an ethical company, dedicated to a responsible travel model. We are pioneers, striving to bring about positive change.

We believe in making all of the experiences of all of our volunteers truly exceptional. We believe in making a positive impact on the lives of the people in our host communities, as well as our volunteers. We believe in aiming for excellence in everything that we do.

We do social and environmental project work in areas of both economic need and ecological significance. We do adventure through safe, dynamic, and unique expeditions. We do life changing experiences.

What we do matters. Ethical journeys without compromise.

Our ethical and commercial objectives go hand in hand – we’re fully committed to the projects we start and the communities we work with. We understand change doesn’t happen overnight; it’s achieved through long-term collaboration and real social enterprise.

At Camps International, we’ve established our own charity, The Camps Foundation, to provide additional support to our ongoing initiatives, meaning we’re able to fulfil our commitments and implement real change.

Our business model is designed to have maximum, long term impact in partnership with the communities we are based within. As a social enterprise our strategies are to maximize improvements in human and environmental wellbeing.

We’re not a nasty bunch of corporates in suits, each and every person involved in our business cares and makes a positive impact for change.

We’re also fully committed to you.

What we do

We run all our own trips and projects

Our camps are built and run by local people

We don’t believe in handouts – we work with communities so they can empower themselves and generate their own income

We protect and conserve wildlife – on land and in the ocean

We love our environment. We plant trees… Lots of them

We’re committed to quality and to making your experience outstanding

We connect you with the real world and real people. You’re joining a new, global family that includes us, and the communities to which we belong

We create experiences that transform lives, including yours

What we don’t do

We don’t cut corners in our safety, ethics, integrity or responsibilities

We never abandon our projects – we always finish what we start

We don’t sell cheap trips; we sell incredible trips without compromise

We don’t run pointless projects. Everything we do matters and creates lasting impact

We don’t abandon you in country. We employ over 150 people worldwide – in our offices, as drivers, camp managers, cooks, security, housekeeping, project leaders, operations teams and guides – so you can get the most out of your experience safe in the knowledge that we’ve got your covered

Homepage of Camps International.

Challenge registration number: 206000

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Ecuador On Tour | Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

About the ​ Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

The Yorkshire Peaks Challenge involves climbing Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside, often within 12 hours.

Participants

  • Callum McCarthy
  • David Cook
  • Josh Charters
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