Hiker from London walking toward Ingleborough mountain on Yorkshire three peaks

Yorkshire Three Peaks - 19 Mar


19-21 March 2021


How about 26 miles, 1600m of ascent and the three tallest mountains in Yorkshire…all in under 12 hours?


The Yorkshire Three Peaks is a classic UK mountain challenge. Unlike its better-known cousin, The National Three Peaks, there’s no driving between each peak.


Instead, you spend the day hiking from mountain to mountain through the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park, finishing the day in a cosy local pub for a celebratory dinner.


We will have multiple leaders on this trip to cater for all abilities. So, whether you’d like to try for a super quick time or if you’d rather take it easy and take in the scenery, we’ve got you covered!


We’ll complete the challenge on the Saturday and then spend the Sunday stretching our legs on an easy walk around nearby Malham Cove and Gordale Scar – both reasons to visit the area in their own right!


London to the mountains and back in a weekekend!

Friday (from 7pm): Catch an after work train from London Euston to Yorkshire where you’ll be picked up from the station and driven to the accommodation.

Saturday: Spend the day hiking the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge, finishing the day in a local pub.

Sunday: A guided easy hike around the stunning local area before being driven back to London, arriving around 9pm.





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