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The National 3 Peaks Challenge

Fort William, Highland Council

Fort William, UK

Tue 21st June 2022 - Wed 22nd June 2022

Starting at 07:00

Organiser's Description

The most popular '3 Peaks' challenge is this one, taking in the highest mountains of Scotland (Ben Nevis), England (Scafell Pike) and Wales (Snowdon). The total walking distance involved is 23 Miles, and an ascent figure of just over 10,000ft!

This is a Walking challenge, where you'll need to have at least some experience of walking in Britain's high mountains, and we reccomend that you get training in, in the form of lots of miles in the hills to strengthen and condition you for this challenge. That said,though not easy, it is well within the reach of the average fit mountain walker.

You'll be very well looked after on your challenge with us.

Races

  • Group Booking - 2 Persons

    £661.33

    Tue 21st June 2022

    CLOSED
  • Group Booking - 3 Persons

    £938.88

    Tue 21st June 2022

    CLOSED
  • Group Booking - 5 Persons

    £1,199.68

    Tue 21st June 2022

    CLOSED
  • OutFit Member Entry

    £82.41

    Tue 21st June 2022

    CLOSED
  • Standard Entry

    £349.00

    Tue 21st June 2022

    CLOSED

Book

  • Group Booking - 2 Persons

    £661.33

    Tue 21st June 2022

    CLOSED
  • Group Booking - 3 Persons

    £938.88

    Tue 21st June 2022

    CLOSED
  • Group Booking - 5 Persons

    £1,199.68

    Tue 21st June 2022

    CLOSED
  • OutFit Member Entry

    £82.41

    Tue 21st June 2022

    CLOSED
  • Standard Entry

    £349.00

    Tue 21st June 2022

    CLOSED

What's Included

Included are an array of Mountain Leaders to guide you on each of these mountains, minibus transport from Fort William railway station, between the mountains themselves, and a drop off at Chester station after Snowdon. In addition, we'll provide food and drink along the way, and there'll be certificates and bespoke wooden medals for all participants.

Location

Meet at Fort William Railway station, have a briefing and group/guide intros

schedule

Tuesday 21st June

07:00am - Meet at Fort William Railway station, have a briefing and group/guide intros

07:30am - Begin the ascent of Ben Nevis

12:30pm - Expect to finish Ben Nevis, and travel to Scafell Pike

18:30pm - Start ascent of Scafell Pike

22:30pm - Expect to finish on Scafell Piuke and depart for Snowdon

Wednesday 22nd June

02:30am - Arrive at Snowdon and begin ascent of the final peak!

07:30am - Complete the 3 Peaks Challenge!

09:00am - Transfer to Chester Railway Station

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