CA's expeditionary team conquers Three Peaks Challenge in dire conditions to raise £14,000 for iT4Communities
Chris Miller, Grant Hawkins and Tamar Brookes of CA reach the summit of Ben Nevis
A 24-strong CA squad conquered Britain's three highest mountains in less than 24 hours to complete the formidable Three Peaks Challenge as a fundraising exercise for iT4Communities.
The team braved torrential rain and gale-force winds in some of the worse conditions experienced in recent Three Peaks Challenge history - but tasted soggy triumph, suffering only a few bruises and sore limbs along the way.
UK & Ireland Sales SVP Chris Miller, who completed the challenge as part of the expedition, said: "This was a terrific true-grit team effort in the best tradition of CA's determination to succeed. Well done to all involved - and thank you for raising much-needed funds for this very worthwhile iT4Communities cause."
The Three Peaks Challenge requires challengers to complete a gruelling trek that takes in Ben Nevis in Scotland, Scafell Pike in the Lake District and Mount Snowdon in North Wales - all within a 24-hour period.
The view from the top of Ben Nevis
The CA contingent's fastest time was 21 hours and 27 minutes, while a third of the team arrived at the final summit after less than 22 hours of footslog.
With sponsorship proceeds continuing to flow into CA's Three Peaks Challenge coffers, the estimated result looks set to reach £14,000.