Our Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge has been moved to Friday, September 11 to help keep everyone safe during the coronavirus outbreak.
This means there is still time to sign up and train for this beautiful sponsored walk!
The 25-mile route is a joint adventure with neighbouring branches of local Minds to raise funds for our support services and awareness of mental health. Everyone who registered for the original date in May will be offered the chance to transfer their entry to September and we are welcoming all new participants. We hope training for the walk will help beat feelings of isolation over the coming months and keep people active.
Our route remains the same. It will start and end in Horton-in-Ribblesdale and cover the three highest peaks in Yorkshire; Pen-y-ghent (694m), Whernside (736m) and Ingleborough (723m). The aim is to complete the route in around 12 hours.
The minimum sponsorship for taking part in aid of Mind in Bradford is £100 with a registration fee of £50 which covers first aid provision, experienced guides to help you navigate the route and safety measures on the day for each of our walkers. The walk is overseen by adventure specialists Lost Earth who will provide full training and safety information.
All money raised will go towards our local support services which help people who are struggling with their mental health across Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven.
For more details and to register, please see our page at Lost Earth. We will also be in touch to provide you with fundraising tips and tools.
We look forward to walking with you!