Scaling Scafell Pike is tough at the best of times, but two national hockey coaches took the challenge to the extreme when they make it to the top while dribbling golf balls.
You can watch their progress below.
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Two national hockey coaches have dribbled up Scafell Pike for charity.
Team manager Andy Halliday and assistant coach Jon Bleby have taken time off from the GB men's hockey squad to tackle the peaks of Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and finally Snowdon while hitting, flicking and bouncing a ball for charity in their own version of the Three Peaks Challenge.
The men with cover 26 miles and 11,000 feet of ascent and decent, attempting to dribble the ball for 24 hours without picking it up. It's a challenge which hasn't been attempted before.
Mountain rescue teams have criticised some climbers who take part in the Three Peak Challenge.
On several occasions the rescue team have been called out to inexperienced climbers who have put themselves and the rescuers at risk.
There are also concerns about the amount of litter and debris left on Scafell Pike by the Peak competitors.