You and your team of colleagues are challenged to climb the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales in 24 hours!
Day 1 Afternoon
Ben Nevis, Scotland
Start at 1600 hrs, climb Ben Nevis and finish approximately 2200 before driving to the Lake District
Day 2 Morning
Scafell Pike, England
Start at approximately 0500 hrs. Finish at approximately 0930 - 1000 hrs before driving to Wales.
Day 2 Afternoon
The final challenge is to scale Snowdon before 1600hrs.
Fitness: The fitter you are the more you will enjoy the challenge. A basic level of fitness is required, although previous mountain experience is not.
Safety: The team will be accompanied at all times by a qualified Mountain Leader and Medic from the Lifesigns Group. The team will also be backed up by the Lifesigns UK 24 hour Operations Room. All Operations staff are qualified mountain leaders and incident handlers and have attained the Off-Site Safety Management course.
Transport: A dedicated minibus driver will convey the team between the mountains. This enables the team to get some sleep between challenges.
Please Contact us for further details on the Three Peaks Challenge.
If you fancy a challenge, we can organize a race across the Welsh 3000s in Snowdonia (15 mountains which have a height of 3000ft or more). Geographically they fall within three ranges, all sufficiently close to make it possible to reach all 15 summits within 24 hours, a challenge known as the Welsh 3000s challenge.
The length of this challenge (from first peak to last) is about 30 miles. Most people undertaking the challenge walk it in less than 24 hours.
The peaks are: Snowdon (1,085m), Garnedd Ugain (1,065m), Crib Goch (923m), Elidir Fawr (924m), Y Garn (947m), Glyder Fawr (999m), Castell y Gwynt (972m), Glyder Fach (994m), Tryfan (915m), Pen yr Ole Wen (978m), Carnedd Dafydd (1,044m), Carnedd Llewelyn (1,064m), Yr Elen (962m), Foel Grach (976m), Garnedd Uchaf (926m), Foel-fras (942m).
Please Contact us for further details on the Welsh 3000s Challenge.
Dartmoor is one of the last wildernesses in England. It is a National Park, and occupies some 368 square miles of hills topped by granite outcrops - the 'Tors'. At its lowest points Dartmoor touches 325 feet (100m) above sea level, and the highest Tor-capped hill reaches 2018 feet (621m). The valleys and dips between the hills often hold bogs to trap the unwary walker.
In 1959 three Army officers felt that the Moor would provide a challenge for civilians as well as soldiers, and Ten Tors was conceived. We offer pre-training for teams attending the Ten Tors challenge or for groups wanting to brush up on their navigation.
The Tors used as checkpoints on the Ten Tors challenge are: Beardown Tors, Black Tor, Combestone Tor, Chat Tor, Great Mis Tor, Hartor Tor, Hound Tor, Oke Tor, Kitty Tor, Lynch Tor, Lower White Tor, Pupers Hill Tor, Shilstone Tor, Sittaford Tor, Sourton Tor, South Hessary Tor, Staple Tors, Trowlesworthy Tor, Watern Tor.
All teams will be accompanied by a fully qualified Mountain Leader and Medic. Please Contact us for further details on the Ten Tors Challenge.