More NewsAccountants take on Lake District mountains

Accountants take on Lake District mountains

Seven Berkshire accountants to climb 24 peaks

Seven accountants from Berkshire-based firm Griffins are preparing to attempt
to climb 24 peaks in the Lake
District
in just 24 hours.

On Saturday, 29 September the team of accountants will start out from
Buttermere village with the aim of
scaling peaks that include Scafell Pike – England’s highest mountain.

The peaks measure more than 2,400 feet each.

The feat is in aid of the Mitchemp Trust, a registered charity working with
vulnerable and disadvantaged children and the Griffins team has pledged to raise
£5,000 for the charity.

Further reading:

Sports psychology: go for gold

Three peaks challenge

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