10 in 10 - MS Charity Peak Walking Challenge

The annual 10in10 challenge was designed and created by Yvonne Booth in 2011. It was her response to her husband's diagnosis with Multiple Sclerosis in 2010. As a wife and mother of three sons, she wanted to do something positive and help raise money for research into MS. The 10in10 is organised by Yvonne and a huge band of very experienced outdoor enthusiasts, who have grown up walking and running in the lake district fells. They bring an incredible amount of experience and knowledge to the events, and their passion for where they live, and the fells makes the 10in10 the success it is.

Annual 10in10 Challenge - The 10in10 Challenge will be held on Saturday 23rd June 2018. Distance: 26km / 16.1 miles Start/Finish: Swinside Inn, Newlands Valley. This year we will be heading over Causey Pike, Sail, Crag Hill, Wandope, Whiteless Pike, High Snockrigg, Robinson, Dale Head, High Spy, Maiden Moor. You will register between 6am and 8.30am at the Swinside Inn, here you will be given your number and a waterproof map.

Annual 5in5 Challenge - The 5in5 Challenge will be held on Saturday 23rd June 2018. 18 km / 11.3 miles
18 km / 11.3 miles This year, we start in Buttermere and walk over High Snockrigg, Robinson, Dale Head, High Spy and Maiden Moor. You will register between 10am and 10.30am in Buttermere (above the church), here you’ll be given a number and a waterproof map. 

The Family 5in5 will take place on Saturday 29 September 2018. The route is about eight miles long and takes in five peaks - Causey Pike (637m), Scar Crags (672m), Outerside (568m), Stile End (447m) and Barrow (455m). It is an achievable challenge for an active family. The adults need to be able to navigate their way along the route and carry a map and compass. 

Everyday 10in10 Challenge

The Everyday 10in10 Challenge can be held any day of the year! This means you and your team can complete one of our routes at your convenience. You can work the challenge into a weekend away or a family holiday in the Lake District at any time of year.

All we ask is that you register your attempt, raise some money for the MS Society and we’ll reward you with a 10in10 Buff to wear with pride. Once you register your attempt we will send you the relevant route guide and a fundraising pack.

No Cure, Always Hope, Ultra Run

The ‘No Cure, Always Hope, Ultra Run’ is a new challenge for 2016. A 39 mile classic fell running challenge over 25 peaks with 17,000 feet of ascent. Anyone can attempt the route. You must register your attempt beforehand here, keep a record of the time you set off from and the time you return.

Photos courtesy of Steve Razzetti

For further details about all these events see www.10in10.org.uk

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The annual 10in10 challenge was designed and created by Yvonne Booth in 2011. It was her response to her husband's diagnosis with Multiple Sclerosis in 2010. As a wife and mother of three sons, she wanted to do something positive and help raise money for research into MS. The 10in10 is organised by Yvonne and a huge band of very experienced outdoor enthusiasts, who have grown up walking and running in the lake district fells. They bring an incredible amount of experience and knowledge to the events, and their passion for where they live, and the fells makes the 10in10 the success it is.

Annual 10in10 Challenge - The 10in10 Challenge will be held on Saturday 23rd June 2018. Distance: 26km / 16.1 miles Start/Finish: Swinside Inn, Newlands Valley. This year we will be heading over Causey Pike, Sail, Crag Hill, Wandope, Whiteless Pike, High Snockrigg, Robinson, Dale Head, High Spy, Maiden Moor. You will register between 6am and 8.30am at the Swinside Inn, here you will be given your number and a waterproof map.

Annual 5in5 Challenge - The 5in5 Challenge will be held on Saturday 23rd June 2018. 18 km / 11.3 miles
18 km / 11.3 miles This year, we start in Buttermere and walk over High Snockrigg, Robinson, Dale Head, High Spy and Maiden Moor. You will register between 10am and 10.30am in Buttermere (above the church), here you’ll be given a number and a waterproof map. 

The Family 5in5 will take place on Saturday 29 September 2018. The route is about eight miles long and takes in five peaks - Causey Pike (637m), Scar Crags (672m), Outerside (568m), Stile End (447m) and Barrow (455m). It is an achievable challenge for an active family. The adults need to be able to navigate their way along the route and carry a map and compass. 

Everyday 10in10 Challenge

The Everyday 10in10 Challenge can be held any day of the year! This means you and your team can complete one of our routes at your convenience. You can work the challenge into a weekend away or a family holiday in the Lake District at any time of year.

All we ask is that you register your attempt, raise some money for the MS Society and we’ll reward you with a 10in10 Buff to wear with pride. Once you register your attempt we will send you the relevant route guide and a fundraising pack.

No Cure, Always Hope, Ultra Run

The ‘No Cure, Always Hope, Ultra Run’ is a new challenge for 2016. A 39 mile classic fell running challenge over 25 peaks with 17,000 feet of ascent. Anyone can attempt the route. You must register your attempt beforehand here, keep a record of the time you set off from and the time you return.

Photos courtesy of Steve Razzetti

For further details about all these events see www.10in10.org.uk

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