4/18/2012 9:43:06 AM
ARM Three Peaks Challenge
The National Three Peaks Challenge
involves walking the highest mountains in England, Scotland and
Wales within 24 hours. They are Ben Nevis (1344mtrs) in
Scotland, Scafell Pike (978mtrs) in England and Snowdon (1085mtrs)
in Wales, with the total ascent of 9,800 feet.
At the end of June, 11 adventurous ARM employees will take on
the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge to raise money for ARM's nominated charities "Make a Wish" and
"Macmillan Cancer Support". The trip is entirely self-funded and
the team will not be receiving any assistance from the charities,
maximising the amount of money that goes to the good causes.
Keep up to date of their progress via Facebook, Twitter and the ARM news page.
The sponsorship page is up and running if you want to help
support them, please click here.