A race across the Cumbrian Hills has taken place to raise money for a charity which helps wounded soliders. The Cumbrian Challenge is in its first year and saw hundreds of people in the Lake District raising money for Walking With the Wounded.
Captain Ibrar Ali, from The Yorkshire Regiment, says this year's inaugural Cumbrian Challenge "will be fantastic".
More than 400 people are racing across the Cumbrian Hills to raise money for Walking With The Wounded.
Hundreds of people are taking part in this year's Cumbrian Challenge.
The event features one hundred teams from across the UK who race across the Cumbrian Hills to raise funds for Walking With The Wounded.
One of the groups, Team Glenfiddich, will embark on a 335km race to the South Pole with Prince Harry in November as part of the Walking With The Wounded South Pole Allied Challenge.