Three Peaks Challenge Registrations

Peaky Climbers

The MAG Peaky Climbers is a passionate and determined team of 10 individuals representing Manchester Airport Group's (MAG) Health & Safety, Fire Safety & Resilience Directorate. Our team is bound together by a shared aspiration: to embark on a physical and mental challenge while giving back to the community we serve. In 2024, we are gearing up for the exhilarating 3 Peak Yorkshire Challenge, a 24-mile (38.6km) round trip route, encompassing 1585m (5200ft) of ascent, as we push our limits to conquer Yorkshire's three highest peaks: Pen-y-ghent (694 metres), Whernside (736 metres), and Ingleborough (723 metres).

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Fundraising for MAG Charity Partners

MAG Charity Partners - • Magic Breakfast: Magic Breakfast is a charity that aims to end child hunger and improve educational outcomes by providing healthy breakfasts to vulnerable children in the UK's most disadvantaged schools. • The Children's Society: The Children's Society is committed to supporting vulnerable children and young people in the UK, working to protect them from harm, provide essential services, and fight for their rights and well-being. • Blessings in a BACKPACK: Blessings in a BACKPACK is dedicated to providing food on weekends to elementary school children facing food insecurity, ensuring they have access to nutritious meals and a better chance to thrive. • Medicare: Medicare is an organisation that focuses on improving healthcare access and quality in underserved communities, offering medical services and support to those in need.

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Challenge registration number: 265507

11 hours and 45 minutes


About the ​Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

The Yorkshire Peaks Challenge involves climbing Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside, often within 12 hours.


  • John Farrow, Mark Frost, Mark Proudley, Victoria Ryan, Conor O'Brien, David Cran, Soma Pemmireddy, Steve Springett, Rebecca Hewitt and Jonathan Linely