A ‘super’ proud mum has shared the journey she embarked on with her two children to raise money for a good local cause.

Two siblings with a passion for fitness tackled the three peak challenge in Yorkshire, completing the route in record time.

Known as Britain’s classic hillwalking challenge, it’s a tough hike that will push you physically and mentally.

Nine-year-old Marley-Rose Anton and her brother Kobe Anton, aged 11, walked a grand total of 24.5 miles and made it to the top of the three best-known hills in the Yorkshire Dales.

To complete the challenge, you must summit all three of the major peaks - Pen-Y-Ghent, Whernside, and Ingleborough - in less than 12 hours.

The children absolutely ‘smashed’ the challenge, finishing the entire circular route in nine and a half hours.

Marley and Kobe’s mum Susie Anton said she was ‘super, super proud’ of her kids who battled against hailstones and were battered by the wind.

She said despite having to put their waterproofs on at points, they ‘absolutely smashed it’ and were still smiling and having fun. Susie said: “My children have a real passion for fitness just like their mum.”

Single mum Susie is a women’s fitness and wellbeing trainer and personal trainer in Windermere, who loves spending time with her children outdoors.

The family have walked a lot of the local Wainwrights and wanted to set themselves a challenge to complete together, deciding to head further afield and raise money for the Mountain Rescue charity.