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Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Tackle the three Tallest Peaks in Yorkshire during this Tasking yet Rewarding Challenge.


The three largest peaks in all of Yorkshire are the subject of the great Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge in which one or a group of people would tackle these three in unison in order to summit these in a mammoth 24-hour challenge, trekking from one to the next. Of course, this is a fantastic idea for someone who wants to push themselves to achieve something new and expand their boundaries and limitations. Budding mountaineers would be encouraged to get a little bit more experience before attempting to tackle this challenge, for example, you could check out walks which take a few hours before a full-day hiking bonanza. Having said that anyone with a reasonable level of fitness should be able to manage. The Yorkshire three peaks challenge takes place on three of Yorkshire’s tallest mountains. These are Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough. They are usually attempted in this respective order. This challenge will not only take you up to these great mountains but also past some of Yorkshire's most famous sights, for example, the iconic ribblehead viaduct.

You can either tackle the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge by organising yourself on a trip, or you can sign onto an official challenge group (recommended). You will need to bring suitable footwear, insulation and waterproofs, suitable trousers,  and a good rucksack. Supplies needed include drinking water, packed lunch, and snacks. Don't forget you will need a mobile phone, as well as maps and a compass if you are going unguided. If you join a dedicated challenge day, you will have the advantage of the event being planned, being guided by Qualified UK mountain leaders, have the backup of First Aid Trained Staff, a support vehicle and driver on hand, hot/cold drinks and snacks, as well as a 9-week training programme. The challenge takes approximately 10 hours of walking, with a total run-time of 12 hours - a mighty challenge indeed!













‘Tough… but loved it’
A real test but spectacularly rewarding.’
‘One of the original walking challenges’

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