Mi-GSO | PCubed raise over £4,000 for Disability Sports Coach!

On Saturday 18 June, a team of 25 people took on the National Three Peaks Challenge, raising over £4,000!

A view of the Lake District from Scafell Pike Successful team members at the base of Snowdon following the challenge

The team met in Scotland on Friday night, with many driving for hours across the country.

An early start on Saturday morning saw the team take on Ben Nevis, the tallest mountain in the UK at 1,345 metres tall. The route was stunning but very challenging, with high winds, rain and snow at the top!

After a 5-hour drive, the team arrived at Scafell Pike, England’s highest mountain. The gruelling hike was worth it with some incredible views!

There was no time to rest. In a race against time to complete the challenge in 24 hours, the team headed straight to Snowdon in Wales. Arriving at 2am in the morning, it was pitch-black when the final walk started. Despite the dark, the rain and the rocky terrain, the team made it to the top and back down before 7am – completing an epic Three Peaks Challenge!

Congratulation to all the team!

A huge thank you to our partners at MI-GSO | PCUBED for raising £4,030 to help enhance the lives of disabled people through the power of sport.


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