Three Peaks Challenge

As part of the Geography on Tour project exploring participatory geography (supported by an RGS(IBG) Innovative Geography Teaching Award) I’m taking on the three peaks challenge.

At the same time I’ll be raising money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance, and thanks to Alex and the team for agreeing for me to come along!

You can sponsor me here.

Looking down at Y Lliwedd on a rather wet Snowdon decent

I last took part in the challenge a few ( 😉 ) years ago at the tender age of 18. The plan is to also gather local views about the impact of charity challenges and find out about the impact on the landscape. We are going to be a small team with one driver and intend on contributing to the local econmoy of each place (even if it is just a sneaky pint or two…)

The summit of Ben Nevis last time I was there.

This will link to participatory geography as I plan to produce a GE based resource where pupils can take the decision whether or not to allow the challenge to continue…..

One Response

  1. Does the Anglican air ambulance rescue Church of England people as well ? 😉

    Hope the 3 Peaks went well. Did it about 20 years ago, and had a good breezy day for it…

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