Events

Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge – British Heart Foundation

23 July 2022

07:00am

BD24 0HH

Description

Walk, Trek, Hike, Jog or Run the Yorkshire Three Peaks! 

There is a choice of two dates to complete the challenge with the British Heart Foundation – the 23rd or 24th of July 2022.

You will cover 24 miles and 5,000 feet of climbing, facing rocky terrain and steep climbs and will push yourself to the limit for such a vital cause.

Starting and ending in Horton-in-Ribblesdale, you’ll take on the 3 highest peaks in Yorkshire: Pen-y-ghent (694m), Whernside (736m) and Ingleborough (723m), and trek through the heart of some of the UK’s most majestic scenery, including the famous Ribblehead Viaduct.

Your Yorkshire Three Peaks entry includes

  • A hot dinner after your trek
  • A BHF technical top
  • Snacks and refreshments along the way at 2 checkpoints (other checkpoints may contain local cafes not included in the price)
  • A map of the route – we also recommend getting an OS map (OL2 is the correct one)
  • A well-deserved finishers medal
  • Medical support and a marshalled route
  • Training guides and resources
  • Fundraising resources and support for the whole team

The start and finish

Pavilion Playing Fields, Station Road, Horton-in Ribblesdale, Near Settle, North Yorkshire, closet postcode: BD24 0HH. More info on car parking below.

Directions

From Settle direction, upon reaching Horton in Ribblesdale continue past The Crown Hotel and follow the BHF red car parking signs turning right in to the car park.

From Ingleborough direction continue along the B6479 through Selside and follow the BHF red car parking signs turning left in to the car park.

Parking

We have organised for free parking on both days (from 5.15am) at a field located next the Pavilion Playing Field. Please bring your registration pack with you as proof of participation will be needed to park here.

Please remember to keep noise to a minimum when walking through the village in the early morning.

Public Transport

Visit the National Parks site to find out more about public transport options. There is a train station at Horton0in -Ribblesdale, with direct trains on the Carlisle route from Leeds.

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