WALKERS trekked 35 miles across North Yorkshire to raise cash for the NSPCC.
More than 400 walkers, including groups from Huddersfield, took part in the gruelling hike from Kirbymoorside to Scarborough.
The first set off at 4am and crossed the finishing line almost 13 hours later.
William Armitage, of Armitage's Garden Centres in Birchencliffe and Shelley, completed the walk with friends and raised £2,500.
The firm also gave gazebos for each checkpoint along the route.
And Malcolm Heeley and the Holset Madcaps from Holset Engineering, on St Andrew's Road, Turnbridge, also took part, raising more than £1,500.
Helen Verity, NSPCC community appeals manager, said: "All the sponsorship money will help carry out vital work with children, young people and families in the local area."