- Route: 1.5 miles, 3 miles and 10 miles
- Minimum sponsorship: £50 suggested
- Advance registration: £12 for adults and £5 for under 16s
- On-the-day registration fee: £15 for adults and £7.50 for under 16s
- Registration opens: 9:30am
- Start time: 10:30am
Walk in the stunning surroundings of Ripley Village of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. After the walk, explore the quaint village of Ripley which is steeped in history with its famous ice cream shop, café, gift shop, delicatessen, children's farmyard and art gallery.
We suggest that all walkers aim to raise at least £50. Your entry fee goes towards the cost of organising the walk, but by raising £50 in sponsorship, you can make a huge difference to the lives of people with Parkinson’s.
Dogs: are more than welcome on the walk, but we ask that you are responsible, clean up after your dog during the walk and ensure dogs are on the lead around livestock.
Toilets: are available at the start/finish point
Parking: is free and located at the Harrogate end of the village on Main Street
Marshals: there will be marshal points along the route to make sure you don't get lost
Walk packs: your walk T-shirt and fundraising pack will be sent soon after your registration and your number and on the day information will be sent the week prior to the walk.
Registration: Please note registration closes just over a week prior to the event. On-the-day registration will be available but will be cash only and will cost £15 for adults and £7.50 for under 16s.
What you'll receive
- A Walk for Parkinson's T-shirt
- Fundraising advice, including a fundraising pack
- Support with your training
- A finisher's medal
Volunteer at Walk for Parkinson's
From marshals and car park attendants to photographers and support with marketing, we have all sorts of volunteering roles at our Walk for Parkinson's events.
Create your fundraising page
Make a fundraising page with JustGiving, then share it with friends and family. The money you raise will help us find a cure and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson's.