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early bird catches the worm

The Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge is undoubtedly one of the UK's most accessible and fulfilling adventures. With it's start and finish in Horton-in-Ribblesdale, the route traverses three of Yorkshire's largest peaks:
Pen-y-Ghent (694m), Whernside (736m), and Ingleborough (723m). The deceptively simple objective is to complete this 24-mile journey in under 12 hours.

  • 2 nights accommodation - a short drive from the the trail head in Horton

  • Transport - to and from the start/finish 

  • Walk Leads - our walk leaders have over 10 years walking this route.

  • Safety & Support - full support throughout the event. First Aid qualified staff on the walk and in support vehicles. Food/water stops. 


Small groups

The Yorkshire three peaks is popular for large charity groups with many operators bringing 100s of participants - this is not us!

We limit our three peaks challenges to 8 people maximum, this means we can provide a personalised guided service and use  our knowledge of route, and ideal pace to complete the challenge but also enjoy the experience.


Don't be fooled, the Yorkshire Three Peaks is popular but this is not an easy challenge. 

Assuming you are otherwise health
y this challenge is achievable with preparation. If you have limited experience of hill walking we recommend you get some. A 24 mile walk on flat terrain would still mean good few hours on your feet. Add over 5,000ft of climbing and the miles are the secondary issue.

We strongly recommend if you have no experience of hill walking, you consider joining one of our Introduction to Hill Walking weekends. We host these all through the summer from March, and weather permitting we head up Pen-Y-Ghent, the first of the three peaks.



September 14th: confirmed 

This is our open public event. If you are looking to take on this challenge as part of a business, organisation or charity event. We can host specific events for up to 10 participants. Please contact us at

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Accommodation is provided for 2 nights as follows:

Dalesbridge Campsite and Cabins


Near Settle 


(Located on the A65 by Austwick)

Be aware we use bunkhouse accommodation within a shared accommodation. Please note sleeping arrangements are in a single room with up to 6 people. There is no facility for private accommodation.

No Accommodation option: If you would prefer to source your own accommodation or live locally please select 'No Accommodation' option at check-out.

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