Three Peaks Challenge Archive


The Tony Griffiths Three Peak Challenge

About the group

As you may know, on August 24th 2018 a team of intrepid explorers of mixed ability (and dubious levels of fitness) will set about a mammoth challenge in Memory of Tony Griffiths, and to raise awareness for the Breakaway Foundation and the Sepsis Trust. They aim to ascend and descend the county’s three largest mountains over a 24 hour period, supported by a dedicated logistics team and a party of semi-professional sandwich makers they will take on a gruelling and dangerous trek. 

Starting off with all 4,409ft of Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Scotland, followed by Scafell Pike which peaks at 3,209ft in the heart of the Lake District and finally Mount Snowdon at just over 3,560ftmaking it the highest mountain in Wales. 

If you are unable to join us on this adventure please take a look at our page and sponsor us for whatever you can afford, we’ve not set a target of but would love it if we could raise money and awareness for both the UK Sepsis Trust and Breakaway Foundation.

Challenge registration number: 221813

This challenge took place on Friday, 24 August, 2018.

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The Tony Griffiths Three Peak Challenge | National Three Peaks Challenge

About the ​ National Three Peaks Challenge

The National Three Peaks Challenge takes in the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales, often in 24 hours.

Participants

  • Alex Browning
  • Nicola Napier
  • Ben Carter
  • Iain Kelly
  • Chris Boaler
  • Matt Smith
  • Eleanor Morgan
  • Simon Morley
  • Andy Griffiths
  • Carolyn Swash
  • Jonny Harper