The National 3 Peaks Challenge involves climbing the 3 highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales.
The mountains are Ben Nevis at 1344m, Scafell Pike at 978m and Mount Snowdon at 1085m. The aim is to do this in 24 hours so we have to climb Scafell Pike in the dark!
This is a very popular event to raise money for many charities.
National 3 Peaks Challenge Itinerary
We meet at Leeds railway station, drive to Fort William, stay overnight then climb Ben Nevis. We then travel to Wasdale Head in Cumbria, climb Scafell Pike, head onto Snowdonia in North Wales then across to Pen y Pass for the final climb on Mount Snowdon. We then travel back to Leeds where you’ll be dropped off at the railway station.
This event is fully guided by a mountain leader, we use a mini bus that has its own driver and we stay in a hotel the night before we climb Ben Nevis.
Included in the cost of this event is minibus transport for the duration of the event, a fully qualified mountain leader who will travel on the minibus and be guiding you on each mountain plus 1 night bed and breakfast in Fort William.
Total cost is £475 per person
National 3 Peaks Challenge Available Dates:
- 9th-11th June 2017
- 13th-15th June 2017