THE GREAT Glen Problem, run by RSABI, has raised virtually £50,000 for the agricultural charity.
The Royal Scottish Agricultural Benevolent Establishment held the annual occasion between Fort Augustus and Fort William.
A complete of 25 sponsored groups tackled a demanding 90 kilometre route, making their manner by strolling, working, biking and kayaking.
The cash raised will assist the RSABI present emotional, sensible and monetary assist to folks in Scottish agriculture.
The annual Nice Glen Problem is designed to boost consciousness of the work of RSABI, in addition to promote dedication and teamwork amongst the groups.
RSABI offers confidential cellphone or net chat assist to these dealing with difficulties within the agricultural sector.
The occasion, sponsored by authorized advisors to the agricultural sector, Gillespie Macandrew, noticed groups take part in 49 kilometers of mountain biking, 6 kilometers of kayaking, an 18 kilometer stroll and a 17 kilometer run.
The profitable staff was represented by Scottish Woodlands, with final yr’s winners, Shannoch, taking second place.
Carol McLaren, Chief Govt of RSABI stated: “The 2023 Nice Glen Problem actually was an distinctive occasion, with an excellent effort made by folks from all completely different elements of our business.
“We’re so grateful to our sponsors and to everybody who took half, or got here alongside to assist on the day”.
Alan White, associate within the land and rural enterprise staff at Gillespie Macandrew, commented: “As longstanding advisors to the sector, we’re all too accustomed to the challenges confronted by these working in agriculture, and simply how invaluable the work of the RSABI is in offering assist.
“Our groups completely loved the problem and the chance to spend time with their friends in superb environment.”
To date, a complete of practically £49,000 has been raised by these participating.
Different collaborating groups included Financial institution of Scotland, Bell Ingram, the Crofting Fee, Royal Financial institution of Scotland, SP Vitality Networks and Virgin Cash.
RSABI is encouraging supporters to dig deep in a bid to achieve its goal over the approaching week.