Scafell Pike is the tallest in England; Snowdon, the tallest in Wales and Ben Nevis the tallest in Scotland, between them you're looking at a 3 mountain - sub 24 hour challenge of a lifetime!
Grab your comfiest walking socks and boots because you're going to need them for this challenge. With an estimated distance fo 26 miles (seems very managable over 24 hours) and an ascent of 3,000 metres (a much more challenging prospect), the 3 peaks challenges provides an unforgetable day oif pushing yourself to the limit... and the summit!
First take a rest in a bunkhouse the night before so you're full of beans for the challenge ahead. Then begin the real challenge by briskly hiking up Ben Nevis, Scotland's highest peak. Rest your legs and get chauffeured to your next summit, down South at Scaffel Pike. After your second mountain in the same day head to your final challenge of Snowdon in the beautiful bucolic hills of Wales. This is one of the most rewarding things you can do with a twenty four hour window.Book Now
Viator is one of the most trusted tour companies around and this is a well reviews, long running package that will help you get the best out of the challenge.Book Now
Whils the physical element of the challenge can be difficult, the planning and safety measures are best left to trained professionals.Book Now
Be sure to train beforehand, it's a thousands of feet of elevation and over a full marathon in length.Book Now
You'll need fairly sturdy legs to do it in 24 hours. That doesn't mean weightlifting legs, you don't need to be a strong squatter. Just someone who can stay on your toes for the best part of a day and keep putting one foot in front of the other.
We recommend 6-8 weeks trainnig for those who aren't active already. If you can't get out into the hills, set the treadmill to incline 5% and got your walking shoes on.
Just comfortable walking shoes and quick-dry comfortable clothing. Of course you'll also need a windbreaker or similar jacket in case the weather takes a turn for the worse.
The tour provides refuge for all comers, so even if you're alone in your exploits, they'll be a group with you to keep you pushing onwards and upwards.
There's an incredible feeling of accomplishment at the top of a mountain. A rush of endorphins from achieving a task that pushes you physically and mentally.Find An Adventure