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Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge
Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Fri, 15 Jul



Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

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Time & Location

15 Jul 2022, 15:30 – 17 Jul 2022, 20:00

Carnforth, Ingleborough, Carnforth LA6 3JG, UK

About the Event

Quick Facts 

Guiding by experienced mountain leaders 

Total Distance – 37km/24miles 

Ascent: 1381m/4531ft 

Target time: 12 hours 

Amazing scenery in the Yorkshire Dales 

Looking to lace up your boots for a real adventure in 2022? We bring you the Yorkshire 3 Peaks challenge. This epic trip actually packs in more ascent than Ben Nevis.

About & Details 

The Yorkshire 3 Peaks walk tackles the three peaks of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough in one 25-mile circular route. Whernside is the highest point in Yorkshire, and the whole route is contained within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The challenge is to complete it in under 12 hours, and as they say in these parts, it’s a reet grand day out in one of the loveliest areas of North Yorkshire.

We’ll warn you though, it’s seriously tough. You’ll face 1585m (5200ft) of total climbing with an equivalent amount of often steep descent. This on top of the distance makes it a proper adventure challenge.

How difficult is the Yorkshire 3 Peaks challenge? 

It’s a tough day out that’s for sure, but it's a great challenge. Although the peaks aren’t particularly high, you’ll still face three big climbs and some steep downhills. Added to the almost marathon distance, it’s a challenge of epic proportions.

How fit do you need to be for Yorkshire 3 Peaks? 

If you’re a regular hillwalker you’ll be fine, but if you’re not used to longer distances you’ll need to train. Drop-out rates are high and are mainly due to walkers underestimating the challenge.

Walk over plenty of rough, boggy, and rocky terrain to build fitness and endurance. Think hills. The more you can find to walk, run or cycle up, the better.





2 nights accommodation in a lovely hostel

Guided hikes by an experienced mountain leader

Wilderness first aider

Medal of completion


Choose to travel with us, or take a train to reach Leeds by 8 pm on Friday.

Our minibus leaves London at 3:30 pm exactly as the hostel reception shuts early and we will miss our reservation if we are late.

Let us know if you want to travel by yourself.


We will have breakfast at the hostel and buy packed lunches plus snacks in a local supermarket.

The hostel has a self-catering kitchen which you can use if you prefer.

Dinner on Saturday will likely be at the hostel but this will be confirmed closer to the day.


Outside Brent Cross Underground station


A WhatsApp group will be set up a few days before the trip where the final details will be given to you. Keep checking your emails for the link to the group


Please read our refunds policy before booking:

We no longer offer refunds due to COVID


1 - It is your responsibility to ensure you check messages on this event and private messages sent to you before the trip starts and up to the morning of the trip.

On occasions, meeting location, time and other details might have to be changed and the event could also be cancelled last minute in case of extreme weather or other unexpected events.

2 - As with any road trip, there is a chance of heavy traffic, accidents and break-downs which could force us to skip parts of the trip, or stop it completely. We will do our best to make your day better, and of course to avoid any of these, but we expect your understanding on these occasions.


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