The Yorkshire 3 peaks has become a hugely popular adventure challenge, often taken up by charity fundraisers looking for an alternative to the National 3 Peaks.
It involves 38 km of walking, ascending Yorkshires 3 highest peaks of Pen-y-ghent at 694m, Whernside at 736m and Inglebrough at 724m, with a total of around 4600ft of ascent, started and finished in Horton in Ribblesdale.
The aim is complete in under 12 hours.
We provide mountain guiding and support vehicles for teams taking on the challenge. Our Mountain Leaders are all MTA (Mountain Training Association) certified with good local knowledge of the route. Our support vehicles are on hand to provide refreshments and carry challengers spare kit and food, meeting up along the route at road crossover points. They are also used to collect participants from the challenge if they drop out on route.
We can collect you from your accommodation near the start of the challenge in the morning and drop you back there at the end. Collection and drop off at a train station can also be arranged and there are stations in Horton and Ribblehead near the start of the challenge.