The aim is to raise money for Birmingham Children's Hospital by carrying out three huge challenges based on the theme of the 3Ps - Pedal, Paddle and Peaks.
The 3 P’s Challenge is a mammoth challenge that takes the classic 3 peaks challenge and looks to go 2 steps further, intrigued? Well read on…
A team of us will be climbing the three mountains of Snowdon, Scarfell Pike and Ben Nevis, but intend on cycling to each mountain from our office in Solihull racking up over 950 miles in the saddle. The final element to this challenge is to visit a local lake at each mountain and row the length of Lake Bala, Windermere and Loch Ness (which is believed to be harder than rowing the channel!).
We are embarking on such an epic challenge in aid of Birmingham Children’s Hospital. First opening its doors in 1862, Birmingham Children’s Hospital enjoys a nationwide reputation for ground-breaking research and care treating over 86,000 children each year. With 360 beds, 15 wards, 14 theaters and 61 parent and family accommodation rooms, it is the largest facility of its kind in Europe.
The whole challenge is expected to include 12 days cycling, 16 hours rowing and 3 days walking and if your mad enough we would welcome you to get involved! Either as a sponsor for this epic challenge or by taking part! We are requesting sponsorship in order to take part and prices for this would depend on which element you would like to partake in. If you are interested please contact us.
Thank you for taking the time to read about our challenge. Should you wish to donate please do so on our Just Giving page.