Scafell Pike


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Scafell Pike

a mountain in NW England, in Cumbria in the Lake District: the highest peak in England. Height: 977m (3206ft.)
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JP told the Standard: "We were feeling really confident about the Scafell Pike climb because it was the one climb we had practiced.
"I completed Scafell Pike and near the top the conditions were bad.
It all started on Tuesday, when Scott and Tristan made the six-hour car journey to the Lake District National Park in a bid to tackle Scafell Pike.
- A dead vole inside a plastic bottle - Scafell Pike in 2013.
Then they headed to Scafell Pike, in the Lake District, where they tackled the gruelling incline of England's highest mountain.
In addition to the rubbish removed from Ben Nevis, 618lbs were taken from Snowdon and more than 50lbs from Scafell Pike.
But the hardy team still raised nearly PS3,000 for Cancer Research - chosen because two team members have family battling the disease - by conquering the other two peaks, Scafell Pike and Snowdon.
As England's highest mountain Scafell Pike attracts around a quarter of a million visitors a year.
Fundraisers, back from left, Sean Lewis, Ben Dyer, Leo Pearson, Kevin Lewis and Simon Marshall with, front, |Liam Rye on the top of Scafell Pike
PUPILS from a Coventry special school bagged England's highest peak Scafell Pike as part of a ree Peaks challenge.
Staff from Selco Builders Warehouse will tackle Mount Snowdon, Ben Nevis and Scafell Pike, to raise more than PS2,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
She will light the cauldron using the flame that was created at Scafell Pike.