Trek26 Yorkshire Three Peaks
This event is now closed for registrations.
Yorkshire Three Peaks is the classic UK trekking challenge. Conquer these summits in one day surrounded by people who are trekking for loved ones, and raise money so together we can find a cure. We also have a One Peak route too.
What will you get when you take on a Trek26 challenge?
- A friendly team to support you every step of the way with fundraising tips and ideas
- Bespoke training plans put together by our professional training coaches
- A fully supported route including regular rest stops with snacks, drinks and toilets
- Free breakfast, lunch and hot drinks included
- Trek leaders and medical support
- Medal and glass of bubbly on finishing the route!
You'll start and finish the trek at our event hub in Horton in Ribblesdale. The postcode is BD24 0HH.
Join us on 29 June 2019.
The three peaks route has two start times: 6.30am and 7.30am which you can choose between when you sign up.
The one peak route will start at 10am.
Registration Fee: £25 for the Yorkshire Three Peaks route, £20 for the Yorkshire One Peak route.
Fundraising Target: £300 for the Yorkshire Three Peaks route, £200 for the Yorkshire One Peak route.
Registrations for this trek will close at midnight on Friday 14 June 2019.
How fit do I need to be?
What will the terrain be like?
How will I find my way along the route?
How long will it take?
Is there an age limit?
How do I claim my trekking top and when will I receive it?
What if the weather is bad?
What will I need to carry?
What are the toilet facilities?
Are there rest stops along the way?
What will I be eating?
Where do we meet?
Can I park my car?
Yes there is a car park on site, at a cost of £4 per car. This can be paid on the day, and does not need to be booked.
Can a friend who isn’t signed up walk with me?
Can I bring my dog?
Can I run?
Where can I get more information?
Join our volunteer team, and help support our trekkers through their 26 or 13 mile challenge. You could be meeting and greeting trekkers at the start hub, cheering them on throughout the route or handing out medals at the finish.
Whichever role you choose - you will make huge difference to our trekkers' experience!