People can enter this Sunday’s Examiner’s Charity Challenge on the day.
The big bonus is that many of those who benefit from the sponsored walks and horse ride are the area’s smaller good causes.
All the organisation is sorted by the Lions so all people have to do is turn up, pay a £15 administration fee (£5 refunded on completion) and any other sponsorship cash they will earn for their favourite charity.
There are three walks from Lepton: 4 miles, 7 miles and 20 kilometres.
The walkers will start and finish at the Lepton Highlanders Sports Club off Wakefield Road.
The route takes in stunning countryside around Lepton, Thorncliffe, Flockton Moor, Little Lepton, and Roydhouse.
Lions spokesman Bob Armitage said: “We are using the footpaths we did for the first Charity Challenge at Lepton. The plan is to take the walkers on the reverse route, which goes through some of the area’s best countryside.”
There is a one-mile walk in Beaumont Park and a horse ride from Marsden Goods Yard.
The long range forecast suggests it will be dry and breezy with temperatures possibly reaching 12°C (53.6°F).
And only last week it was revealed there would be a 40-mile bike ride too organised by Kirklees councillor and keen cyclist Martyn Bolt that runs alongside the challenge.
All people have to do to join it is to turn up at 10am at Lepton. The Lions have asked cyclists to make a voluntary donation towards their fundraising project to raise £35,000 to refurbish the kitchens at Kirkwood Hospice.
Clr Bolt said: “I sketched a 40-mile route around the area so most riders, if they ride to and from the start, will have about the same riding as they will on their usual Sunday run.
“Because it is informal there is no need to provide feed stations, but riders can either enjoy a break at cafes in the places we pass, or go straight round and have something at the end.”
In recent weeks the town’s roads have been graced by the success of Tour de Yorkshire when tens of thousands of people watched top riders sweep by and the more recent event in Colne Valley Mountain Bike Challenge at the weekend which attracted 330 riders.
For more for details go to www.examiner.co.uk/charitychallenge or contact Bob Armitage on 07802 900 653.