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Yorkshire 3 Peak Challenge Report

A huge THANK YOU and WELL DONE Joanne Borg who recently walked the Yorkshire 3 Peak challenge.

A gruelling 24 miles, in just under 12 hours. Amazing!!!

Here’s what Joanne had to say…….

I challenged myself to walk the Yorkshire 3 Peaks in 12 hours which was three Peaks to climb/scramble and a distance of 24 miles. I did this on 20th May along with some of my work colleagues. We had a fabulous but very difficult/tough day and completed it in 11 hours 50 mins.

It was a very busy challenge too as there was two other organised groups there on the same day. The first peak to climb was Pen-y-ghent and this was a short but very hard climb/scramble, once at the top it was a quick minute before making our decent and on to Whernside. Before reaching Whernside we came to the viaduct. We did have a 5 minutes stop which at this point we had done 10 miles in 4 hours.

Then the climb to Whernside continued. Thinking back this was probably the easiest climb for me but the longest. When near the top we had to stop for lunch as I was starting to feel a little wobbly. Then the rain put in an appearance.

Then I climb to the summit continued. The view from the top was breathtaking with the viaduct looking so small. The rain did get quite heavy at this point too. We continued our walk across the top of Whernside and down to continue our walk to Ingleborough. We were all still going strong. Before we got to Ingleborough we came across toilet stop which was absolutely just what us ladies needed.

Then the walk continued to the mammoth peak…..Ingleborough. And Omg when we got closer I could have cried. But we stayed strong and determined to get to the summit. For me this was by far the toughest part of this amazing day. We got to the top and then had to walk to the summit which was very hard under foot due to the terrain and I could have quite easily have just gone straight back down.

But we did it, all of us got to the final summit.

Our decent back down to Pen-y-gent commenced and omg this just went on and on. This was the best thing I’ve done and I’m very proud of myself and my colleagues too.

A massive thank you to everyone that also sponsored me.

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