31 August 2019
The Peak District National Park
The Peak District is known for its rugged landscape, stunning views and more than lives up to its reputation as one of Britain’s most inspiring National Parks.
With two routes available, 25km or 50km, you'll set off from the beautiful Hope Valley – right in the heart of the Peak District. The 25km route encompasses part of the glossy shoreline of the Ladybower reservoir and the 50km route summits Kinder Scout – a moorland plateau that at 636m (2,087ft) is the highest point in the Peak District, Derbyshire and the East Midlands.
There are three ways to fund your challenge:
Payment Option A
You pay the registration fee when booking your place on the challenge and then agree to raise the minimum amount of sponsorship. The sponsorship you raise will cover any outstanding costs of the challenge and the rest will go directly towards our life saving research.
Payment Option B
You pay the registration fee when booking your place and then agree to pay the additional challenge balance no later than 4 weeks before the challenge. With this option you don’t have to commit to raising a set amount of sponsorship, just raise as much as you can!
Payment Option C
You pay the total discounted cost of the challenge in full when you book your place on the challenge. Again although there is no minimum sponsorship requirement, we just ask that you raise as much as you can to support our life saving research.
This a great team event, so why not get your family or friends involved and take part together?
If you would like to find out more about TrekFest or about any of our other challenges, get in touch Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00:
Tel: 0300 222 5721
Email: [email protected]
This event is organised by Global Adventure Challenges. Participants raising funds for British Heart Foundation will be joined by others, raising money for different charities. Find out more on the TrekFest website.
Peak District National Park,
All routes include:
- Hot food and a glass of bubbly at the end of your challenge
- Fruit, snack bars, water, tea and coffee at all the check points
- Hot meal on route (50 km trekkers only)
- Technical trekking top
- Mountain leaders
- First aid support
- At the end of the trek there will be hot showers and massage available
Choose your distance:
We leave the TrekFest Village and head straight through Castleton. We soon get a feel of the beautiful Peak District as we climb up and over Hollins Cross, to reach our first checkpoint in Edale.
Following a quick pit stop, we walk through Edale and join the Pennine Way which will lead us up and over Kinder Scout. Once we have summited we will make our descent into Hayfield for our second checkpoint and food stop and then continue following the Pennine Bridleway to our third checkpoint in the Peak Forest.
The last section of the route leads us through fields to the village of Bradwell and continues through the villages of Brough, Shatton, and Aston before returning through Hope and back to the TrekFest Village.
We leave the TrekFest Village in the opposite direction to those on the 50km route and head through Hope and the villages of Aston and Thornhill before heading north to reach the beautiful Ladybower Reservoir and the location of the first checkpoint.
Following a quick pit stop we continue following the edge of the reservoir alongside woodland until we reach Haglee Ford. The route joins a bridleway to Nether Booth and then on to our second checkpoint at Edale.
From Edale the route will climb up and over Hollins Cross before returning through Castleton to the TrekFest Village.
Training and kit
Plan your training with expert tips and advice in our walking training zone
Take a look at the challenge kit list
for advice on what to wear on the day and what to bring with you.
When you sign up, you’ll receive a welcome email with some useful links to help you kick start your fundraising. Set up a JustGiving page and be sure to include your reason for taking part and add as many photos as you can during your training. Don't forget to share your page on your social media pages!
Set up your JustGiving page
Online fundraising is the quickest and easiest way to get your fundraising up and running. Updating your fundraising page with your training and fundraising progress is a great way to keep everyone up to date with your challenge and to inspire them to sponsor you.
Stuck for fundraising ideas? Why not check out some of our top ways to boost your fundraising?
If you would like to find out more about the event, get in touch with the Challenge Events team Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Tel: 0300 222 5721
Email: [email protected]