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Head to the summit on a Mountain Challenge…
As well as areas for relaxation and adventure, the mountains are excellent arenas for personal challenges. They have all the right ingredients – dramatic scenery, well-trodden trails, and constantly changing terrain, weather and difficulty.
Whether you want to take part in a mountain challenge as a personal goal, to raise money for charity, or simply to find an invigorating way to see a new area, there’s something here for you.
The great thing about ‘challenges’ in the mountains is that everyone has a different level. Some may aim for the summit of Snowdon, whereas others may want to spend three days climbing all the high peaks of North Wales. The level that you find challenging is where you want to set your sights.
On this page you’ll find all the classics, from single summit days such as Snowdon and Ben Nevis, through to longer walks such as the infamous Yorkshire Three Peaks. Alongside there, we have less-known but equally rewarding adventures including the Welsh 1000s and the Edale Skyline.
When you sign up to a challenge you’ll get advice on training, have access to our support team, and be able to start preparing to what will be an extremely memorable day in the hills.
So why not get started!
Helvellyn Sunrise Weekend
Summit Slieve Donard Weekend
Scottish Adventure – Walking and Wild Camping on Knoydart
Walking the Mountains of Scotland’s Western Highlands
Snowdonia Summer Solstice Wild Camp
Summit Carrauntoohil Weekend
Black Sail Adventure – Wilderness Walking Weekend
Crib Goch and Tryfan Scrambling Weekend
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