Take on 24 miles and 5,000 feet of climbing and conquer the infamous Yorkshire Three Peaks to help create a world without type 1 diabetes.
Professional guides will take you from Horton-in-Ribblesdale up Pen-y-Ghent (694m/2277ft), Whernside (736m/2415ft) and Ingleborough (723m 2372ft). You’ll then finish back in Horton, where you’ll receive your bespoke medal!
There will be some inspiring views as you take on this world famous walk through some of the Yorkshire Dales’ finest scenery.
The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge is open to over 14s but all under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
The entry fee includes:
- Fully guided walk with professional guides from Nav4Adventure
- Personal tracker so your family and friends can follow your progress live during the day
- Free parking at the start/finish in Horton
- Tea, coffee, and biscuits at the start/finish
- One snack stop after Pen-y-Ghent with water, bananas, cereal bars, and sweets
- One water only stop after Whernside at Philpin Farm cafe (option here to buy hot/cold food/drink and use the toilet)
- Unique JDRF Yorkshire Three Peaks medal
- A £1.50 donation per person to the maintenance of the route and national park
- First aid cover and advice on preparation from Open Adventure and Nav4Adventure
The entry fee does not include:
- Accommodation or travel to the start point at Horton
- Main meals
IMPORTANT! You must bring waterproof trousers and a waterproof jacket with you on the day, regardless of the forecast, or you will not be allowed to set off. The weather can turn quickly, especially on top of the hills, so you must have the correct clothing.
New for 2021 – One Peak Challenge
If the three peaks challenge sounds a bit daunting then you can sign up to conquer just one peak, Pen-y-Ghent.
Registration: £25 for Yorkshire Three Peaks or £10 for the One Peak Challenge.
Target sponsorship amount (as an individual or family): £200 – £250
Raise £100 to receive a JDRF t-shirt
Get in touch
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