Quickdraws 3 Peak Challenge Success

Early on Sunday 7th November 22 members of the Quickdraw Climbing Club turned up at EICA to attempt to climb the equivalent height of Britain’s top 3 peaks  Ben Nevis, Snowdon and Scafell Pike (3407 metres in total).  At the end of the 4 hours they had allotted themselves for the challenge, and after some impressive individual performances, they in fact topped 7,290m, more than twice their target and the equivalent of the World’s 92nd highest peak, Mount Mana in the Himalayas.

    Photos of the day: Pippa's and Scott's

Chair, Scott Forsyth said “We were a bit worried as some of our climbers were unable to attend, but the kids achieved our original target in just over 90 minutes and they were all so keen we just kept going.  EICA kindly allowed us the use of their slab wall so we could stick together and we had a rota of parents belaying.  The funds we raise will be used to fund our 3 year plan to develop our kids’ climbing skills and our adults’ coaching skills.”

Read More for individual results on the day:




Climber Climbs M
Alexandra Blunt 26 468
Amelia Blunt 18 324
Angus Davidson 10 180
Claudia Charlwood 18 324
Eilidh Vass Payne 13 234
Gabriella Stewart 18 324
Hannah Dickson 14 252
Jamie Drummond 36 648
Jodie Brown 22 396
Keira Farmer 36 648
Kirsten Gray 29 522
Lewis Davidson 24 432
Lyndsey Forsyth 4 72
Megan Saunders 7 126
Natalie Berry 15 270
Olivia Stewart 1 18
Rachel Carr 36 648
Rebecca Smith 18 324
Robert Davidson 10 180
Rory Whyte 25 450
Ruaraidh Middleton 14 252
William Bosi 10 180
  404 7272

Special mention to

  • Keira, Jamie and Rachel who climbed twice their allocated climbs;
  • Eilidh who completed 13 climbs with her broken wrist;
  • Lyndsey and Olivia who climbed while on the injury list;
  • Natalie who climbed 15 times then went onto her usual training session
  • all the other members and their parents who turned out to raise money for our club. 

If you couldn't make it and would like to make a donation anyway please see Alison.