An inspiring view from the top of Scafell Pike, in the Lake District, as Chapmans engineer Scott Moore and good friend Rikki Theodosi tick the second peak of their daunting Three Peaks Challenge off the list. At 978 metres we’re guessing that is real snow!
If you follow us on Twitter or Facebook you can’t have missed the story so far. This is all to raise money for The Mary Stevens Hospice. An invaluable local community resource which is mainly funded through donations.
Please show your support by making a donation via their JustGiving page. You can read more about their journey and the personal reasons for making it on our post about it here and the reason they are carrying a Chapmans flag all the way up with them.
Last Sunday they conquered Snowdon, in Wales, which at 1085 metres took them up into the clouds on what looked to be a blustery day. Next Sunday they tackle Ben Nevis, in Scotland, which at a whopping 1345 metres and starting from almost sea level is sure to test the metal of even these brave souls. The name alone sounds intimidating, never mind the 10 mile uphill hike.
Read more about their Snowdon adventure and see the view for yourself . Read more about the route they took on Scafell Pike, and why. Again, please show your support with a pledge on their JustGiving page.