The National Three Peaks – guided walking challenge event
Large Outdoors is offering people the chance to tackle one of Britain’s best-known and biggest hiking challenges – The National Three Peaks. To tackle the Scottish, Welsh and English highest peaks (Ben Nevis, Snowdon and Scafell Pike respectively) in one go is a challenge that is on many hikers’ to-do lists. It’s tough but gives you an amazing sense of achievement.
Joining our organised event takes away all the hassle associated with the challenge’s logistics such as organising transport between the three mountains. This simply leaves you free to just concentrate on putting one foot in front of the other.
You can choose to take the challenge over 24 hours or indeed at a more leisurely 3 days.
- Travel from Glasgow to Glencoe and then between each of the Three Peaks before returning you to Chester.
- Hotel accommodation including breakfast.
- A Large Outdoors host to look after you for the duration of the event.
- Mountain guides for each peak who will have the local knowledge and the energy to guide you safely.
- Full pre-event planning and support, from gear advice to training ideas.
- We are of course fully insured and only use qualified mountain leaders.
- Access to discounts in a variety of outdoor retailer.
- Certificate of completion and a £50 voucher to use against your next Large Outdoors adventure.
- You can either select to join one of our organised challenge dates or if you have a group you can book a private trip on a date to suit you.
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