Autism Society appeal for walkers to take on the Cleveland Three Peaks challenge

Fundraisers are invited to scale some of the region’s most famous peaks in aid of a much-loved charity.

The North East Autism Society (NEAS), based on the Drum Industrial Estate, has teamed up with the Walk and Talk Trust to offer supporters the chance to tour the Cleveland Three Peaks – Roseberry Topping, Hanging Stone, and Highcliff Nab.

Starting from Guisborough Rugby Club at 9am on May 20 walkers will head south into the North York Moors National Park, where they’ll pass through Hutton Village and Hutton Lowcross woods enroute to Roseberry Topping.

After scaling the crooked 320-metre summit, the group will proceed across Newton Moor to hanging Stone, and then finally to Highcliffe Nab.

The circular route will then take participants back through Guisborough Woods to the start point.

The 10-mile route will also take in sights like Captain Cook’s Monument, Eston Nab, and the coastal path between Hartlepool and Sunderland.

The challenge will require a good level of fitness to tackle the required ascents, but one that is achievable for most people with a bit of training.

It is a challenge event and participants are asked to aim to raise at least £50.00 to support North East Autism Society’s service provision for autistic children, young people, and adults across the region.

Find out more and register.

Autism Society appeal for walkers to take on the Cleveland Three Peaks challenge

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