Two outdoor instructors, William Legon and Jon Hubbard, along with The Outdoor Hub and help from many others that work in the outdoors industry are challenging climbers to attempt to climb 10 Peak District rock climbs inside a 10 mile route inside 10 hours to raise funds for Community Action Nepal.
TEN in TEN in TEN 4 Nepal, an event which will take place in the Peak District on May 16, 2015, gives new or experienced climbers the chance to climb alongside professional climbers for the day while supporting earthquake relief efforts in Nepal.
People that know how to climb will turn up to a designated start point at a designated time and commence the walk, choosing which routes to climb (along with your climbing partner) along the 10 miles – there’s a lot of rock to choose from!
They will have pre-rigged routes along the way with a leader to supervise for those who have less experience. If you don’t have your own kit they will lend you a helmet and a harness and show you the way.
The minimum contribution to Community Action Nepal is £50 per person for independent climbers or £100 for novice climbers who will be with a leader.
There will also be an after party at The Angler’s Rest in Bamford which will have speakers and an auction – with Andy Kirkpatrick acting as auctioneer!