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There are countless hill and walking challenges throughout the UK. Here are a few more ideas. Further information and quotation for your bespoke challenge can be provided upon request.

Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis summit stands 4,411ft (1,344m) above sea level and is the highest point in the British Isles. The main walking route to the summit of Ben Nevis is called ‘The Pony Track’ due to the ponies which were used to transport supplies to the observatory which once stood on the summit plateau.

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Wharfedale 3 Peaks

A scenic but much less crowded alternative to its famous Yorkshire neighbour, this challenge covers over 20miles and climbs over 1200m in a circuit around Wharfedale beginning and ending in Kettlewell.

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Herriots Dales

Based on the route of The Herriot Way, this 2 day challenge covers 52 miles of the stunning scenery of the Northern Yorkshire Dales. Tough but extremely rewarding.

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Lakeland 3000s

A 42-mile (unless using transport along Borrowdale, which is an option) route that takes in the four 3000ft summits of the Lake District National Park. Starting and ending in Keswick the route is said to be completed within 24hrs, we say just completing it is a result.

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Welsh 3000s

Covering the 15 summits of Snowdonia that have a height above 3000ft, this is a tough challenge requiring a head for heights, a high level of fitness and of determination.

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National 3 Peaks

Ascend the highest summits of Scotland, England and Wales within 24 hours! This can be a tough challenge that involves ascending Ben Nevis, before travelling to the Lake District to climb Scafell Pike and then onto North Wales to finish on Snowdon.

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Please contact us for pricing as each challenge is created as a bespoke package.

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If you have decided that one of these challenges is the challenge for you and would like to make a booking or if have more questions before you decide, please get in touch and we'll be happy to help.

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