One man and his washing machine, as well as around 100 others, have reached the summit of Slievenamon.
Waterford man Enda O'Doherty climbed the mountain with the washing machine on his back all in aid of Pieta House.
Speaking at the top of the mountain, Enda told Beat News it's a wonderful feeling:
"For anyone who's climbed Slievenamon, they'll know a very steep climb.
"You have about a 6 kilometre walk followed by, I think it's a kilometre of a vertical climb, so it's a steep climb.
"The view is spectacular, we couldn't have got a better day with clear blue skies and I'm looking out here at numerous blue Pieta House t-shirts and a lot has stripped down to their luminous.
"It's just glorious to be at the top of a mountain with so many positive people who are doing something for a wonderful charity, it's just fantastic!"
The crew took off from Kilcash in Tipperary at around 10:30 this morning.