The nook Three Peaks Challenge 2019

The nook Three Peaks Challenge 2019

30 May 2019 09:00 - 01 Jun 2019 17:00
Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike, Snowdon


Name: Emma Benstead

Phone: 01953 666767

This is a true endurance trek which will test you both physically and mentally. Participants should have the necessary fitness and be prepared to do without sleep! We aim to complete the event in 24 hours - To do this we need to complete Ben Nevis in 5 hours, Scafell Pike in 4 hours and Snowdon in 4 hours, however, this will depend on upon the speed of the group. We will walk as a group with the slowest member so please bear this in mind when applying. Each mountain is fully guided by an experienced guide and our dedicated drivers will be with you all the way!

Drive from Norwich to Glen Nevis, Scotland – 490 miles approx. 12 hours
Overnight accommodation provided at Glen Nevis Youth Hostel
Climb Ben Nevis (1344m) – Approx. 5 hours
Drive from Ben Nevis to Scafell Pike in The Lake District – 260 miles approx. 6 hours
Climb Scafell Pike (978m) – Approx. 4 hours
Drive from Scafell Pike to Snowdon, Wales – 209 miles approx. 5 hours
Climb Snowdon (1085m) – Approx. 4 hours
Drive from Snowdon to Norwich – 275 miles approx. 6 hours

Key Points:
Distance: 22 miles
Duration: 3 days, 28+ hours of driving, 13+ hours walking
Accommodation Type: Bunkhouse and bus!

Read the FAQs here
Find out the Kit List here

Costs: £100 registration fee paid by the participant and suggested sponsorship is £400.

To apply for a place, contact Emma Benstead in the Norfolk Fundraising Team on 01508 500895

This event is kindly sponsored by Johnston Logistics

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