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Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge

Sunday 9 September 2018

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The Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge is a late-summer walk across the most beautiful countryside the Home Counties have to offer; whilst tackling the top of Whiteleaf Cross, climbing Coombe Hill and finishing by heading up the incline of Ivinghoe Beacon. This scenic event is in aid of Rennie Grove, and your sponsorship will support local hospice care.

Now in its ninth year, the walk offers you a range of lengths to suit any capability: there's a 5, 9 or evenBlack family on Ivinghoe beacon ls-min the full 18 mile option - something for everyone!

Registration for 2018's event will be open soon. 

Price:
Adult: £20
Child (5-16): £10
Under 5s Free

You can read all about 2017's event here and view all the photos from the day on our Flickr account. 

Your Sponsorship Money

Your sponsorship money helps us continue to provide end-of-life care to local patients with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses and their families. As little as £50 could fund the cost of a first assessment visit to a hospice at home patient to understand their needs and wishes and draw up a personal care plan. 

Please consider raising sponsorship to support our services. If you raise money via JustGiving, this will come directly to us, so you don't need to take any further action. You can download our sponsorship form here.

If you are walking this event in memory of someone, you can open a Forever Loved Fund to share memories, photos and even a video of the person you are raising money for on the day. Find out more about Forever Loved Fund here.

Our 2017 Sponsors

The Buckinghamshire Building Society returned as the event's main sponsor in 2017​.Bucks Building Society logo

Arriva provided transport for our walkers on the day.

Dayla 
​provided us with water for our participants on the day.

Julian Carthew helped us promote the Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge in 2017.

 

What our supporters say

walk together

"Thank you very much for such a well organised event today. It was my first time and won't be my last!"



Dog with his medal

"Thank you for organising it so well and to all those who volunteered to marshal, man water stops, take photos, stand on top of windy peaks! Everyone was cheerful and encouraging."






Group Piccy at the finish


"Thank you to all your volunteers and Arriva buses that made yesterday possible, enjoyable and hopefully profitable for the hospice."







Arriva Driver Smiles


"It’s such a lovely route, and a really well-organised event and the marshals are so friendly. The dogs absolutely love it too.”