Three Peaks Challenge Database


Three Bare Peaks

About the group

Ultra barefoot runner attempts 485 mile Three Peaks Challenge record
54 miles a day in nine consecutive days
Raising funds for Survival International and indigineous peoples’ rights
Ultra barefoot runner attempts 485 mile Three Peaks Challenge record
54 miles a day in nine consecutive days
Raising funds for Survival International and indigineous peoples’ rights
Tony Riddle quotes:

“We’re facing an existential threat. It’s time to move beyond simply raising awareness for the environment and become the change. Modern The industrialisation of humanity has seen global wildlife population drop by 60 percent since 1970, that’s half an adult life span, but what about wild natural humans or indigienous people of the world?

Our natural humanity is disappearing at an alarming rate. If we wipe out the indigenous people of the world, we lose the most important template of all; we lose what it is to live and co-exist in our natural world.

We also lose their profound wisdom of how to protect our sophisticated ecosystem. When talking about rewilding or regenerative practices and the protection of nature and our ecosystem, it is crucial that we recognise the Indigenous peoples and communities of the world.”

Tony sets off on his run from Mt Snowdon on 29 August and will finish having completed Ben Nevis on 6 September. Runners are welcome to join him on the peaks.
The previous record is 9 days, 11hrs and 49 minutes.

The 3 Bare Peaks Challenge was made possible with thanks to Vivobarefoot.
Tony will be running in Primus Lite II.

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Follow Tony’s progress via @thenaturallifestylist or @feedthehuman
A upcoming workshops and retreats visit www.TonyRiddle.com

ENDS

For images and interviews contact Fran Bailey, 07577078599, fran@franbaileypr.com
Photo credits: Chris Baker

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Fundraising for Survival International

About Survival International
Survival fights for tribal peoples’ rights to be upheld. They stop loggers, miners, and oil companies from destroying tribal lands, lives and livelihoods across the globe. They lobby governments to recognise indigenous land rights. They document and expose the atrocities committed against tribal people and take direct action to stop them. www.survivalinternational.com

Homepage of Survival International.

Challenge registration number: 238326

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Three Bare Peaks | 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

  • Tony Riddle