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Three Peaks in 24 Hours Challenge
Our annual fundraising event is a true challenge of body and mind traversing the three highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales over a 24 hour period (including travel).
We begin our journey by climbing Ben Nevis at the crack of dawn, where the clock starts. After that it's a drive by mini-bus to Scafell Pike and then onto Snowden.
2024 will be our sixth event and is already looking to be the biggest yet! Take a look at the video and comments below to get a taste of the experience.
Was the hardest thing I have ever done but was also the most rewarding
The whole thing was so well organised, team leaders were so well prepared and made sure people were safe at all times
Would recommend to anyone who wants to challenge themself. The organisation was so smooth meaning we only had to focus on the physical exertion.
Who is welcome?
We group people in teams of 4 - 6 depending on ability. All teams have their own experienced team leader who is responsible for getting the team up and down all mountains safely.If you are concerned about being physically capable of doing it please let us know when completing the interest form below
What is the frequency?
We only do the fundraising event once a year (in summer time), however if you sign up the team leaders are often doing training days leading up to the big event to help you train and familiarise yourselves with the mountains.
How high are the mountains?
Nearly 3,500 Metres
In total, the cumulative height is 3,408 metres
- Ben Nevis (Scotland) 1345m
- Scafell Pike (England) 978m
- Snowdon (Wales) 1085m
Interested in Joining Us?
- Ben Nevis - 5 Hours
- Scafell Pike - 3.5 Hours
- Snowden - 4.5 Hours
The deposit paid by everyone ensures that there is a mini-bus and driver that will transport you between each mountain
We generally use 9 seater cars with a maximum of 7 people (including driver) to ensure that you are comfortable and can rest between destinations.
The £100 deposit will cover your overnight stay in Fort William the night before we set off to climb Ben Nevis.
Typically we all set off together from the Wirral the day before the ascent to Ben Nevis, the mini-bus will transport you there (setting off around midday) however if you need to stay in the Wirrall the night before you will need to pay for your own accommodation.
- Walking boots (with ankle support, not trail shoes or trainers)
- Head torch
- Waterproof jacket and trousers
- Hiking socks (wearing a single pair recommended, rather than using a liner sock)
- Backpack (approx. 20-40 litre size)
- Water container (bottle or Camelbak-style, 1-2 litres)
- Food & hill snacks (pasta, cereal bars, dried fruit, nuts)
- Hat (covering ears)
- Walking trousers or sports leggings (not jeans or tracksuit trousers)
- Sports top (not cotton)
- Warm outer layer
- Changes of clothes
- Sunglasses & sun cream
- Walking poles
- Light shoes / sandals
- Thermal underwear
- Backpack rain cover
- Travel sickness tablets