Join us on this superb walking experience, scaling the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales within 24 hours, whilst raising valuable funds for Garden House Hospice Care.
23rd - 26th August 2019
Join Garden House Hospice Care on an iconic event climbing the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales, all within 24 hours. Fundraise for Garden House Hospice Care and in doing so help in providing excellent care and support to the Communities of North Herts and Stevenage.
Setting off from the Hospice you will travel to Fort William in Scotland. Here you will climb Ben Nevis before driving to Wasdale Head in England. After successfully climbing Scafell Pike you will travel to Pen y Pass in Wales to climb Snowdon.
Throughout the event you will visit some of the most outstanding areas of natural beauty in the British Isles whilst testing yourself both physically and mentally.
The National 3 Peaks Challenge is a unique opportunity to make a big difference to the care and support of the Communities of North Herts and Stevenage. It is also an excellent opportunity to be part of something that will give you life long memories.
Trip cost: £200
£50 Registration fee
£150 Remaining sign up fee to be paid by April 30th 2019
- Transport throughout the event in a minibus.
- Accommodation in Fort William and Snowdonia.
- All your food and drink throughout the event.
- Expert guides.
- Unique 3 Peaks Challenge T shirt.
- Commemorative certificate.
Approximately 24 miles of walking and 469 miles of driving.
The suggested fundraising target is £700. The cost of the event is £200. The remaining £500 will help Garden House Hospice Care continue to provide the excellent care and support to the Communities of North Herts and Stevenage. For example, £220 will provide a days nursing by a specialist senior nurse and £29 will provide a visit by two specialist nurses by the Hospice at Home Team.
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Challenge Information Pack
To download our National 3 Peaks Challenge information pack, please click here..
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Richard Harbon on 01462 679540 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org