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Peak District 3 Peaks Challenge Walk

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Saturday 17th to Sunday 18th March 2018

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Thursday 14th December 2017
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Wednesday 14th March 2018
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Entry Fee   £75.00   
Event Organiser - Stu Westfield
07890 620274

Welcome to a grand day out in the Peak District. Our walk takes in the summits of Black Hill, Bleaklow and Kinder Scout. Discover glorious and remote high moorland, gritstone edges and the spectacular Kinder downfall waterfall, all along classic and historic trails.

This Open Group challenge is fully supported and guided by experienced local Mountain Leaders. Includes private mini bus transport from Hayfield to the start of the walk at Wessenden.

If you choose to raise money for charity as part of your Peak District 3 Peaks Challenge walk, this is great. The price you pay is for the event organisation, support and guiding. There is no minimum sponsorship or hidden fees etc, all the charity money you raise is for you to donate to your chosen cause.



07:00 to 07:20 – Meet at car park Hayfield, Station Road, SK22 2ES

07:30         Private mini bus transport departs

08:30        Begin our walk from Wessenden

                 Support vehicle meets us at Torside, Snake Pass and Bowden Bridge with soft drinks, water, tea, coffee, soup, snacks and bacon butties.

18:30         Approximate finish in Hayfield Village


  • Professional event organisation
  • Ranger Expeditions’ Mountain Leaders, qualified, experienced local guides who are enthusiastic about the Peak District.
  • Support vehicle with refreshments
  • Private mini bus to the start of the walk



  • Travel to and from Hayfield before and after the event
  • Personal walking equipment
  • Additional personal snacks
  • Accommodation is not included but Hayfield village has lots of excellent and reasonably priced B&Bs: Millies Café and B&B, The Sportsman Inn Kinder Road, The Royal Hotel. Slightly further afield there are local B&Bs, Inns and YHAs in Edale and Castleton.


  • Small Backpack
  • Waterproof jacket with hood and waterproof over trousers
  • Warm hat and gloves/mitts
  • Warm layers appropriate for the weather conditions, eg long sleeved fleece
  • Appropriate footwear for mountain/fell running.
  • Head torch and spare batteries.
  • Whistle
  • Emergency survival bag, orange polythene type is cheap and readily available in outdoor shops
  • Personal snacks whilst on the hill (eg banana, flapjack, jelly babies, crisps)
  • Water bottle (1 litre min)
  • First aid / blister kit plus any prescription personal medication
  • Mobile Phone (fully charged).
  • Walking poles (optional)
  • Sunglasses, sun cream, sun hat (optional)

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