The Derbyshire Three Peaks Challenge is an attempt to climb the highest peaks in Derbyshire in 12 hours.

Thee Derbyshire Three Peaks are Kinder Scout, Bleaklow, and Higher Shelf Stones. We normally complete them in that order, but it is possible to go other ways.

We meet in Hayfield on Friday or Saturday evening for a kit check and briefing, starting early the next morning aiming to complete the challenge in the early evening in time for dinner!

2017 Price £50 per person

This is a tough event and people participating should have the necessary fitness and also be properly equipped.

The course is guided by qualified mountain leaders and first aiders.

We regularly run this adventure at the weekend, Saturday or Sunday, however if you would like to do this at any other time, including midweek, then please contact us.

Itinerary

A typical itinerary looks like this:

Day Activity
Friday Meet up on Friday evening at our base in Hayfield, Derbyshire. Then equipment checks and event briefing in preparation for the following days efforts.
Saturday Early breakfast then begin challenge at 8:00am from Snake Pass summit, Circuit of Bleaklow and Higher Shelf Stones, then head for Kinder Scout aming to complete challenge by 7:00pm

Please note: This itinerary is a guide only. It can be subject to change dependent upon viability, course members’ fitness, or weather conditions.

What will I need to bring?

Recommended Kit List can be found here.

All this for £50 per person – book now to avoid disappointment

What’s Included in the cost

Event organisation with full logistical and technical support.

Fully qualified Mountain leaders supervising all walking activity.

Qualified first aid support at all times.

Resupply of water and snacks between Bleaklow and Kinder

What’s not included in the cost

Accomodation – although there are lots of local options and we would be happy to organise some for you. (please see our accomodation page)

Transport to and from home, and our base in Hayfield, Derbyshire. We are well served by various transport links and would happily discuss any special requests (please see our transport links page)