Team Tiger successfully completed the Three Peaks Challenge
It’s with great pleasure to confirm Team Tiger successfully completed the National Three Peaks challenge in a time of 23.5 hours! What an amazing achievement!
A huge thank you to all the walkers, Tiger staff, families, weekend support crew (Martyn, Alan, Jo and Rich) and especially to those that have donated, there is still time and the total is currently in excess of £6,300 plus gift aid to be added on!! The team had its challenges but they were overcome with grit and determination.
A special mention to our colleague Rob Ansell who walked up Snowdon on Saturday evening to store Eight bottles of cold “Double Dragon” as the cafe would be closed when we were due to summit!! That’s true team spirit!
Everybody involved, you know who you are, you are all a credit to our business and Brian and Amanda would be so proud, along with all those this incredible effort will support in the future. What’s the next challenge?
Special thanks to Martyn Paul from Advocate events and his great team of guides.
Day One (Friday 5th July)
11 am - Pick up team at Birmingham International Station, drive to Glasgow
4.30pm – Arrive Glasgow Hotel
5.30pm – Team briefing
Day Two (Saturday 6th )
6.30am – Breakfast
7am - Depart for Fort William
9.20am – Arrive Morrisons 20 mins to buy snacks and for Phil to unplug the yorkshire pudding.
9.50am – Arrive Ben Nevis, Briefing by Mountain Leader
10.10am – Start Ben Nevis
1.15pm – Summit Ben Nevis – First peak in the bag! Fast decent, quick stop at the pub.
4.30pm – Arrive back in van
6.45pm Rest Stop (20 mins)
9.45pm – Arrive Scafell Pike (Safety Briefing) Start climb at 10pm
12.10am – Summit Scafell Pike
Day Three (Sunday 7th)
2.30am – Back at van. Depart 2.45am
5.30am – Quick rest stop
7.20am – Arrive Snowdon – Safety Briefing
7.30am – Start for the final summit
9.40am – Summit Snowdon – Celebrate wildly, beer
10.10am – Catch train / walk down
12.30pm – Back at Van
4pm - Drop Off Birmingham
Route and summit videos
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