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Alternative three peaks walk to raise footpath cash

Posted 13 September 2011
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Alternative three peaks walk to raise footpath cash
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A Yorkshire-based photographer will be putting on his walking trousers and setting off on his own version of the Yorkshire Three Peaks to raise cash to help repair footpaths on the real trio.

Mark Butler of Yorkshire Dales Photography is to climb Great Whernside, Little Whernside and Buckden Pike to raise cash for Friends of the Three Peaks, Grough reports.

The group is involved with the national park's Three Peaks Project and the money will be used to help maintain routes by people taking on the popular challenge of climbing Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-Ghent.

Money will also be raised for the cause at a pub night at the Lion in the village of Settle.

Mr Butler said: "I've supported the project since the launch and I'm looking forward to completing an alternative walk to fund the good work."

Despite its name, Great Whernside is not higher than Whernside, with the latter being the highest peak in the national park at 2,416 ft.