The Northumberland 6 Peaks Challenge:
Due to the high interest on this event we have decided to create another two challenge dates. There are now three 6 Peak Challenge dates to choose from, each challenge having a maximum of 25 people.
DATE: 25TH MAY 2019/29TH JUNE 2019 AND 17TH AUGUST 2019 (Please note all our open Northumberland Six Peak Challenges are full for 2019)
PRICE: £35 PER PERSON
ROUTE: The six peaks take in up to 20 miles of stunning scenery in the Northumberland National Park including the Cheviot; the highest hill in Northumberland!
For more information please download the pdf's from the link below:
The Northumberland Six Peaks Challenge Poster (feel free to download and share)
Frequently asked questions (Please read before booking)
To book and pay by PayPal please click on the buy now button below next to your chosen date (to use this option you can only pay for one person at a time). Other payment options are available upon request if you would like to pay for couples or groups, once booked we will send you a confirmation email.
Saturday 25th May 2019 (Please note all our open Northumberland Six Peak Challenges are full for 2019)
Saturday 29th June 2019 (Please note all our open Northumberland Six Peak Challenges are full for 2019)
Saturday 17th August 2019 (Please note all our open Northumberland Six Peak Challenges are full for 2019)
The above dates are for our first open challenges. However, this challenge can be booked on any date for £200 for up to six people or £300 for up to 10 people. This new and exciting challenge is a great way to raise money for Charity or challenge yourself and explore the Northumberland National Park. Please email us to discuss dates and availability.
23 Homefarm Close
Yorkshire 3 Peaks:
DATE: The challenge is run throughout the year please email us to discuss dates for your group.
START/FINISH: Horton in Ribblesdale.
PRICE: £200 for six people or £300 for up to 10 people.
ROUTE: The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge takes on the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, usually in this order and in under 12 hours. These peaks form part of the Pennine range and encircle the head of the valley of the River Ribble, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.