This is a mountain endurance challenge in which participants attempt to climb the highest peaks in Scotland (Ben Nevis 4,406 ft.), England (Scafell 3,206 ft.), and Wales (Mount Snowdon 3,560 ft.) consecutively within 24hours, including travel between the three peaks.
The aim is to complete the three climbs and all driving within 24 hours. Once completed, each team (minimum of 4 walkers to a maximum of 9, supported by 2-3 drivers in one mini-bus) will have walked over 20 miles, ascended more than 10,000 feet and driven over 500 miles!
This challenge tests not only the fitness but also the physical and mental toughness of participants as it involves challenging walking conditions, prolonged physical discomfort and sleep deprivation! It will however provide some amazing memories that will last you a lifetime!
How do I get involved?
For further information about this event and how to raise funds for The Fire Fighters Charity, please register your interest
The registration fee is £100 per team which must be paid with the completed entry form, followed by the balance of £300 for Fire & Rescue Service teams & £350 for other Emergency Services & £400 for all other teams.
Please note the closing date for the 2017 dates is 10 April 2017
Already got a place?
If you’ve already signed up for the Three Peaks Challenge, please let us know as we would love you to join us as part of The Fire Fighters Charity team.
By fundraising for us, you will receive support from The Fire Fighters Charity fundraising team. All you need to do is contact us and let us know.
Stuck for ideas on how to fundraise? Firstly, it’s wise to break your fundraising target down into manageable chunks. Plan local events such as pub quizzes, car boot sales or company cake days and be sure to create your own personal web page on Just Giving or Virgin Money Giving. Social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter can also help generate awareness.