The Nidderdale Charity Walk is set to return next month for its 27th year.
The event, which is organised by The Rotary Club of Harrogate, will be held on Sunday, September 5, aims to raise money for charitable causes while keeping active.
Over the years, participants have raised money for a number of charities including Harrogate Hospital and Community, Dementia Forward and Harrogate Easier Living Project.
The rotary club also offers those causes which have received 10 or more supporters an 80% donation of the entry fees their fundraisers have paid.
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To date participants of the Nidderdale walks have raised more than £880,000 for charity.
Held annually, five routes will be included in this year’s event with a mixture of distances ranging from four to 26 mile walks.
All walks will start in Pateley Bridge Scout Hall and lead into Upper Nidderdale, with some going beyond into Lofthouse and Ramsgill.
For more information on how to take part and entry fees for the Nidderdale Charity Walk, visit the website here.