IF one Selkirk schoolboy deserves to put his feet up after the holidays it's Cameron Revels.

The 10-year-old managed to complete the iconic Three Peaks challenge over the summer.

And if scaling the mighty Ben Nevis, gruelling Scafell Pike and never-ending Snowdon wasn't enough, the Knowepark Primary pupil also completed the 100-kilometre St Cuthbert's Way.

Football-daft Cameron got a taste for hiking after following his dad, Jamie, up Ben Nevis in June.

Revels senior was taking part in a charity assent of Britain's highest mountain.

And he never expected his son to become hooked on the high altitude.

He said: "I was doing the Three Peaks Challenge for a children's charity and Cameron wanted to do Ben Nevis with me.

"He enjoyed it so much he wanted to do Scafell Pike as well, so I took him to the Lake District and we did it a few weeks later.

"Once you've done two, you have to finish the Three Peaks challenge, so we headed down to Wales and did Snowdon."

Although there are various time records for completing the Three Peaks, it is unknown if anyone younger than Cameron has completed the challenge.

During the summer holidays, he also set off from Melrose Abbey with granny, Linda Revels, to walk the St Cuthbert's Way.

And he completed the epic 100-kilometre hike four days later at Lindisfarne.