Three Peaks Challenge Registrations

The Gooda Trek

We are challenging ourselves to complete the Yorkshire Three Peaks in memory of Riagain's dad, who sadly lost his battle to Parkinson's in 2012. My dad had a particularly rare form of the disease, which due to underfunding in research, his diagnosis was delayed and as a result, so were his treatments. After the delayed diagnosis, we unfortunately lost him within 18 months. Within 4 years of losing my dad, we also lost my nan and auntie to Parkinson's (his mother & sister). Every hour two people are told they have Parkinson's. It can affect anyone and there is currently no cure. As there is no cure for Parkinson’s, this charity aims to ensure that people live well for as long as possible with the condition, whilst funding non-pharmaceutical research to help prevent, slow down progression and reverse Parkinson’s. Parkinson's care and Support UK offer free exercise, respite care, neurological physiotherapy, information, advice, support groups and are developing a CBT Helpline to help people with Parkinson's with anxiety and depression.

Fundraising page

Fundraising for Parkinson's Care & Support UK

Charity website

Challenge registration number: 272689


About the ​Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

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


  • Riagain Gooda
  • James Bridgman