SUNNY skies should bless Sunday's Examiner Charity Challenge.
While organisers tackle a host of last minute preparations, it seems as though the weather, too, will go to plan for the sponsored walk, horse and cycle ride around Meltham.
And it is still not too late for those who have not yet filled in a sponsor form to take part.
By donating £5 on the day, walkers can still participate in the biggest charity fundraiser in the Kirklees calendar.
Co-ordinator Bob Armitage promised: "It will be absolutely fabulous out there."
Thanks to the recent dry spell, the paths are in fine condition.
With no refreshment stops, Mr Armitage urged all entrants to take plenty of water as well as decent snacks and even a picnic.
The event, run jointly by the Lions Club of Huddersfield and the Examiner, gives everyone - no matter their fitness - the chance to explore the beautiful Pennine countryside.
Yorkshire Water workers are busily consolidating the pathways around Blackmoorfoot Reservoir for the wheelchair and pushchair route.
All the events will be clearly waymarked and marshalled by 150 volunteers.
Parking at Meltham Cricket Club is easily accessible and there will be food stalls at the field both before and after the event.
Said Mr Armitage: "We want people to have a really nice family day together. That's the objective of the exercise, it's not a race, just an enjoyable day."