Always keen to do a little something for charity, Vision One directors Jas Gidda and Tony Lewis go outside their comfort zone to take on a new challenge this summer – climbing 24 Peaks in 24 hours

The demanding two day event will involve 50 km of hill walking, climbing England’s highest mountain and conquering 24 of some of the most challenging peaks in the beautiful Lake District National Park (Cumbria). The challenge includes summiting renowned peaks such as; Scafell Pike, Helvellyn, Great Gable.

The climb starts on the 24th June and is being done in aid of several charities, including; Cancer Research, The Royal British Legion and the Unique Home. The 24 Peaks in 24 hours challenge follows a well know itinerary which is broadly as follows.

Day 1 – Bowfell to Green Gable.
We hope conquer the 9 peaks of our challenge with a total trekking distance of approximately 28km which will probably take 13 hours or more! Todays peaks include:

Bowfell – 2959ft

Esk Pike – 2903ft

Great End – 2985ft

Ill Crag – 3067ft

Broad Crag – 3064ft

Scafell Pike – 3208ft

Lingmell – 2647ft

Great Gable – 2949ft

Green Gable – 2627ft

Day 2 – Red Screes to Great Dodd.
Today we summit the remaining 15 peaks which will take around 11 hours (23km) before we can start our self congratulations  and perhaps a quick visit to the local hostelry before commencing  our homeward journeys.

Red Screes – 2545ft

Dove Crag – 2598ft

Hart Crag – 2696ft

Fairfield – 2864ft

Seat Sandal – 2414ft

Dollywaggon Pike – 2414ft

High Crag – 2441ft

Nethermost Pike – 2923ft

Helvellyn – 3116ft

Browncove Crags – 2818ft

Lower Man – 3034ft

Whiteside – 3831ft

Raise – 2896ft

Stybarrow Dodd – 2765ft

White Stones – 2608ft

To help Tony and Jas raise money for three very good causes, you can make a donation on their Virgin Money page –