POLICE are to scale four mountains and drive almost 2,000 miles in just two days to raise charity cash.
The four officers, based in Mirfield, Ravensthorpe and Dewsbury, are raising money for the Wooden Spoon Society which supports disadvantaged children and young people.
They will take part in the gruelling Vauxhall Four Peaks Challenge between July 3 and 5.
They hope to climb four of the highest mountains in Scotland, England, Wales and Ireland totalling 14,000ft and drive 1,900 miles non-stop - all within 48 hours.
The challenge begins in Scotland with Ben Nevis, then moves on to Helvellyn in the Lake District, followed by Snowdon in Wales and finally across the water to Carrantuohill in Southern Ireland.
Team leader Pc Pete Shields, community beat officer for Mirfield, said: "We need to raise £4,000 to take part in the challenge for charity so we are hoping as many people as possible will sponsor us or provide things to raffle.
"Some of us are already experienced walkers and have been getting in shape for the hike."
Other team members are Pc Mark Thorold, community beat officer for Ravensthorpe, Pc Shaun Lewis, community beat officer for Chickenley and Pc Johnathon Edgar who works at Dewsbury police station.
Anyone who is willing to sponsor the officers should contact Pc Shields on 07736 083690.