On 11 September 2021, the Archbishop of York Youth Trust are taking on the Yorkshire Three Peaks, raising funds to empower young people to transform society.
A team of Youth Trust supporters will be embarking on this challenge in Spring, aiming to complete the three peaks in under 12 hours. The Youth Trust are extending the invite to join to any who would like to fundraise for their work.
The Yorkshire Three Peaks route is 24 miles, including a 1585 metre ascent. The challenge takes on the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, in under 12 hours. These peaks form part of the Pennine range, and encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The walkers will gather in the morning in Horton in Ribblesdale, to then be led through the route by trained mountain guides.
Stewart Graham, Director of Fundraising for the Youth Trust, said:
“We are so excited to be embarking on this huge challenge! Archbishop John Sentamu established us over 10 years ago in Yorkshire, to help empower the young people in our county. We are expanding across the nation now, but we’re excited to be in the Yorkshire scenery whilst raising money for our vital cause of empowering more young people to support their local communities.”
For more information, visit this link: abyyt.com/three-peaks
There is a registration fee of £49 for each walker.
About the Archbishop of York Youth Trust
The Archbishop of York Youth Trust is passionate about developing opportunities for young people to grow in leadership, faith and character, in partnership with schools, churches and communities. Through the Young Leaders Award, the Youth Trust has empowered over 90,000 young people from over 750 schools to learn and practice key leadership skills and character virtues and to transform their communities through social action.
For more information on the Youth Trust, visit abyyt.com or phone 01904 231010.