- 13th July 2024
Conquer the Heights for a Worthy Cause!
- Witness breathtaking views of the Yorkshire Dales
- Take on a classic UK-based outdoor walking challenge
- Celebrate your achievements with dinner and a drink
The one-day trek will take you to the summits of Pen-y-Ghent (694m/2,276 ft), Whernside which is the highest point in the Yorkshire Dales (736m/2,415 ft) and Ingleborough (723m/2,372 ft). The spectacular all in one circular route will start and finish in Horton-in-Ribblesdale.
🤝 Why Sign Up? Embark on a remarkable quest that tests your physical and mental limits while supporting our noble cause. Your participation directly impacts lives.
Here’s Claire, a nurse from the hospice! She conquered the Yorkshire 3 Peaks in July 2023, raising an incredible £1,596!
“I’ve worked at Cransley Hospice for 14 years. So it was both professional and personal for me. I see first hand the great work we do and how much we rely on the kind spirit of our community. And sadly it was personal as we looked after a dear friend of mine before he sadly died. The challenge was great. And it was certainly a challenge. It definitely pushed me. But it was great fun too, meeting lots of people along the way. I would encourage everyone to undertake something that pushes them.“
Challenge Itinerary: You will set off early morning from Horton-in-Ribblesdale to begin the adventure!
The first peak, Pen-y-ghent (694m / 2,276 ft) is just under 3 miles away, so it won’t be long until your enjoy our first taste of success.
After conquering the first peak we then descend and push on to our next peak which is the highest of all three, Whernside, approximately 7.5 miles further.
We then start our ascent to our third and final peak – Ingleborough (723m / 2,237 ft) which is approx. 11.5 miles further on. We take the 6 mile trek back to Horton-in-Ribblesdale, where we enjoy a well earned glass of fizz!
Secure Your Spot: Spaces are limited for this life-changing adventure. Rally your friends, family, or colleagues and sign up today to reserve your spot in the 3 Peaks Challenge.
Option A: Sponsored – You pay the registration fee of £65 and pledge to raise £200 in sponsorship (we will of course support you in any way that we can with this)
Option B: Self-funding – You pay the registration fee of £65 as well as £100 for your place. If you do choose to self-fund and wish to fundraise our fundraising team are more than happy to help you with this too!