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If so then why not consider doing something special for charity.
The Three Peaks Challenge in Chiltern is a lot more manageable than the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge or indeed the national Three Peaks challenge that sees people climbing the highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales, these are Scafell Pike, in England (978m), Ben Nevis, in Scotland (1345m) and Snowdon, in Wales (1085m).
Instead participants doing the Chiltern Three Peaks challenge will be tackling the top of Whiteleaf Cross, climbing Coombe Hill and finishing by heading up the incline of Ivinghoe Beacon.
There is a 5, 9 or even 18 mile option depending on how much energy you have, and just how much money you want to raise for your charity.
People choose to complete the Three Peaks challenge to get some spectacular views of the local countryside, which has inspired travellers and locals for a long time.
The route is a linear walk rather than a circular route which means it is a good idea to have someone waiting for you at the other end to drive you back to the beginning or even back home. There are also a couple of great pubs enroute should you chose to reward yourself for all your hard work, try the Rose and Crown Ivanhoe for a post ramble pint.
Find out how you can raise money for your local hospice on the Reenie Grove website.