I have been blown away by the support I have received for my fundraising hiking adventure. I cannot thank each and every one of my sponsors enough, whether they have donated to my hike, provided equipment or funding or accommodation along my route.

They are all brilliant brands I love and I honestly could not do this hike without them.

DO you know what the tallest Peaks in each national park are? Other than Scafell Pike, the tallest Peak in England, I didn’t, However, I have quickly learnt as I not only decided add hiking to the top of each park’s highest peak, but also link my sponsors with some of the tallest peaks in each national park. Here are the top four…

  1. Scafell Pike in the Lake District, coming in at the top at a cool 3209ft (978m)
  2. The Cheviot in Northumberland is not too far behind at 2674ft (815m)
  3. Whernside in the Yorkshire Dales is number 3 at 2415ft (736m)
  4. Kinder Scout in the home park of the Peak District is 4th place at 2087ft (636m)

In reality most of the top peaks are all in the Lake District, but I wanted to share the love! Below you can see my brilliant sponsors. Thanks all.

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Scafell Pike Sponsors

My Scafell Pike sponsors are my lead sponsors. Doing loads to support my hike! I can’t thank Alpkit and Komoot enough for all their support in preparation and promotion of the hike.

Alpkit – Go Nice Places, Do Good Things

Alpkit is a brilliant outdoor clothing and equipment brand. They are local, based on the edge of the Peak District and my family and I have been big fans for years so I couldn’t be happier to have them supporting me. They have provided me with lots of brilliant hiking gear and camping equipment for A Walk in the Parks. Their Foundation is also match funding my £10,000 target with a £10,000 grant fund to share between projects in each national park! Wowee!

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Komoot – Find, plan and share adventures

Komoot is super useful route planning app. You can plan routes, follow routes created by others and share your own routes as you go, with key highlights and things to see along the way. There’s a friendly supportive community on there too. Komoot are sponsoring my hike and will be highlighting my routes on their app. You will be able to follow my routes across each national park, including key things to look out for, where to stay and where to eat too!

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Komoot logo - lead sponsor for A Walk in the Parks

Beech Hill Hotel

A luxury spa hotel on the edge of Windermere is exactly what I am going to need four parks and 400 miles into my walk!

The Inn Collection Group

Dog friendly, hiker friendly hotels across Yorkshire and Northumberland and Cookie and I get to stay in three of them!

The Cheviot Sponsors

Thank you to these brilliant hotel brands who are supporting me with multiple night’s accommodation. I’m going to need these beds to rest my weary limbs!

Whernside Sponsors

I’m incredibly grateful for the generous support from the following brands, who’ve been kind enough to offer me accommodation, gear, or made contributions to the fundraiser. Thanks!

Kinder Scout Sponsors

I’m still compiling the enormous list of kind individuals and organisations who’ve contributed so far.

For now, I must thank the following for their support on the first leg of my journey, Northumberland National Park:

Brown Rigg Lodges, Northumberland

Redesdale Arms, Northumberland