Get that Champion Feeling
Saturday 4 July 2020
Cover 24 miles and 5,000 feet of climbing, face rocky terrain, steep climbs and push yourself to the limit. You'll trek through the heart of some of the most majestic scenery in the country, as you tackle some of the most demanding and rugged peaks in England.
The first peak, Pen-y-Ghent (694m/2277ft), provides great views of the peaks to come. As you walk towards Whernside (736m/2415ft), you'll take in the grandeur of Ribblehead Viaduct and then onto Ingleborough (723m 2372ft) for your final ascent.
|| Standard Price
|Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge
You must be 16 years old to take part, and under-18's must be accompanied by an adult. Because of the testing nature of the trek we would recommend that you train properly for this challenge and why not take part with a friend or as part of a team. £1 of your registration fee will go directly to the National Parks to assist with the resurfacing of the paths. We highly recommend the use of walking poles throughout the challenge.
If you would prefer a paper registration form, please complete this form and send it back to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your entry fee covers the cost of organising the event. It's the money you raise that powers our life saving research. Previous Champions have aimed to raise £300 to take on this event to help beat heartbreak forever.
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Your Yorkshire Three Peaks entry includes
- A map of the route - we also recommend getting an OS map (OL2 is the correct one)
- A technical event t-shirt (you'll collect this on the day of the event)
- A deserved finishers medal
- Training guides and resources
- Fundraising support
- Medical support
- Marshals along the route and at the top and bottom of each peak
- Hot meal at the end
If you would like more information on any of our events, get in touch Monday - Friday 09:30 - 17:30.
Tel: 0300 330 3322
Make your travel plans
The start and finish
Pavilion Playing Fields,
From Settle direction, upon reaching Horton in Ribblesdale continue past The Crown Hotel and follow the BHF Yellow Car Parking Signs turning right in to the car park.
From Ingleborough direction continue along the B6479 through Selside and follow the BHF Yellow Car Parking Signs turning left in to the car park.
We have organised for free parking on Saturday (from 5.15am) at a field located near the Pavilion Playing Field
Please keep noise to a minimum when walking through the village in the early morning.
Where possible, please car-share.
Visit the National Parks site to find out more about public transport options.
Help to beat heartbreak forever
Your entry fee covers the cost of organising the event, but it's the money you raise that powers our life saving research.
Your fundraising helps our researchers make more discoveries and keep more hearts beating.
Creating a JustGiving fundraising page is the easiest way to get sponsored. Share your page on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, via email, on group chats and around your family and friends.
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Get ready for your challenge
This is a serious physical challenge and preparation is key.
Beginners training plan
Intermediate training plan
Advanced training plan
If you have any medical condition or health concerns that may affect you on the day, make sure you speak to your doctor prior to the event.
There are plenty of campsites and B&Bs in the area - for more information, check out yorkshire.com.
Get the right gear
Always wear clothing appropriate for outdoor hiking and changeable conditions – waterproof top and trousers, spare socks, warm layers (including hat and gloves) and sturdy walking boots - no trainers please. Please bring along your mobile phone (although there is limited signal), a power bank and spare food and drink. We recommend you use walking poles and buy the OL2 OS walking map.
It is essential that you have all of the recommended equipment. Participants without adequate equipment may not be allowed to take part.
Volunteer for us
Our events cannot happen without the help of our fantastic volunteers. If you would like to help out in the lead up to this event or on event day then please get in touch with us and we will send you more information.
What you can expect on the big day
|| Registration opens
| 06:00 - 07:00
| Safety briefings every 10 mins
| 06:00 - 07:00
Event starts (you can start anytime between
06:00-07:00 after you've had a safety briefing)
The event starts and finishes in the lovely peaceful village of Horton in Ribblesdale, so please be mindful of the residents when arriving at the venue and walking though the village early in the morning.
Please use the BHF sign posted car park in Horton-in-Ribblesdale and not park in residential areas.
Spectators are welcome to come along and cheer you over the finish line. Dogs can be part of the cheer squad or join you on the challenge as long as they are kept on a lead and fit for the event.
A BHF route map will be available online to download and provided at the start of the event, please familiarise yourself with the checkpoints and timings beforehand. We highly recommend you purchase an OL2 map to navigate yourselves around this challenge. We also advise that you download the National Parks' Three Peaks App.
Marshals will be located along the route and on each peak and you will be supplied with an emergency contact number on the day. This number will be in operation for the duration of the event and should only be called in case of emergency. Medics will be present at the event.
There is limited phone signal on the route and only mobile phone services from Vodafone and EE cover this area.
Changing facilities in a marquee are available and disabled access toilets are located at the start/finish. There are also toilets at Ribblehead (10 miles) and Philpin Lane (17 miles) checkpoints.
It is important that you keep your body fed and hydrated. We supply a complimentary hot drink and hot meal at the finish line. Water refilling points will also be available at checkpoints at Birkworth, Ribblehead and Philpin Lane. There will be a snack point at Ribblehead Viaduct (10 miles) and there is a small snack bar at Philpin Lane.
The cut off at Philpin Lane checkpoint is 14:30, if you have not reached this point by this time you will be collected and driven to the finish line. This cut off time is in place for your safety.