The Yorkshire Three Peaks is a one-day challenge of epic proportions: three mountains and over 25 miles in just 12 hours!
You'll be tackling the three highest peaks in the Yorkshire Dales: Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough.
Experience the breath-taking scenery of the Dales with this great trekking challenge. The countryside, shaped by the age of the glaciers, is your playground, with limestone pavements and rocky, rugged tracks to follow.
There is also a self-funding option for £210.00. There is no fundraising target for this option, however we would be incredibly grateful if you could fundraise as much as possible.
The team is on hand to answer all your questions from Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. Whether you’re after trip specifics, training tips or fundraising advice, we’d love to hear from you.
Phone: 01725 514106
Mountain One: Meet in the village of Horton in Ribblesdale before following the Pennine Way towards our first peak. The stepped outcrop of Pen-y-Ghent is our goal and provides inspiring views of the rest of the route.
Mountain Two: Heading west, we reach Whernside, our second (and highest) mountain. On a good day you will be able to see all the way to Morecombe Bay.
Mountain Three: Two down one to go! We pass through the village of Chapel-le-Dale on our way to Ingleborough, following a zigzag path to its summit. The descent, over Simon Fell, winds back to the start/finish point where you can relax and enjoy your incredible achievement.
Whatever is on your mind, we are here to help. Let our handy FAQs guide you through things like event timings, terrain type, and fundraising payment options.