Below you will find a list of our Challenge walks and at the bottom of the page you will finds a list of our available dates, you can find out more information or book any of the walks by clicking on either the image of the walk or the book now next to your selected date.
We start our walk joining St Cuthbert’s Way, heading over the Newton Tor’s with stunning views to the north. We then cross over Hare Law and back into the beautiful College Valley. We continue our walk along the valley to
This walk is one of the most spectacular of any of the national trails, boasting a combination of; great views, magnificent terrain and ancient history. We start our challenge at Greenhead just outside of Haltwhistle. Here we will experience some
We begin our walk from the car park near the Ingram Valley Café. We will head up and over Cunyan Crags, Dunmoor Hill and up to Hedgehope Hill at, 714 metres (the second highest hill in Northumberland). On a clear day
This is our most popular challenge, with over 350 people completing it in the last two years. We start our day at the start of the Harthope Valley, heading up to the trig point at Cold Law. We continue over
We start our challenge in the centre of beautiful Rothbury town. We continue and join St Oswald’s Way, heading up and over the Simosnide hills. Upon reaching the summit, we descend into Harwood Forest, this takes us on a large
The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge takes on the peaks of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough. 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.
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