They walked, they ran, and they were dragged up by their dogs - 397 people took part in this year's Balfour Burn.
Held by charity St Giles on Sunday afternoon, participants braved Launceston's steepest hill for a good cause.
Launceston's steepest hill was no match for hundreds of eager participants.
After COVID-19 restrictions forced the cancellation of the March event, the annual StGiles fundraiser was able to go ahead under strict COVID guidelines.
StGiles general manager profile and engagement Danielle Blewett said the event was a big success.
"We had 397 people go up the hill today, some people going up 3-4 times," she said.
"We look to have raised around $6000 which is fantastic."
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