Lake District 24 Peaks (in 24 walking hours)

The Challenge

The challenge of walking 24 of the highest peaks of the UK is one of the ultimate goals for many people. It’s a tough one but it can be done as long as you are fit. This challenge includes Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England. We meet on the Friday evening in Penrith and travel by mini-bus to Ambleside Youth Hostel where we have dinner followed by a briefing of the weekend’s events.

Saturday. We leave early to start our walk, ascending Bow Fell, Esk Pike, Great End, Broad Crag, I’ll Crag, Scafell Pike, Great Gable, Green Gable and Base Brown.

We descend to finish in Seathwaite before going back to the youth hostel for the evening meal and relaxation.

Sunday. We travel again by mini-bus to the other side of the lakes to ascend Red Screes, Dove Crag, Hart Crag, Fairfield, Seat Sandal, Dollywaggon Pike, Nethermost Pike, Helvellyn, Lower Man, Brown Cove Crags, Whiteside, Raise, Stybarrow Dodd, Watson’s Dodd, Great Dodd.

This event covers a total of 24 peaks with excellent views and scenery from start to finish. Don’t forget your camera! Come and join us on this exhilarating and unforgettable event.

There will be a presentation of certificates at the end as we celebrate your achievement!

Challenge details

Duration : 3 Days. Friday 6pm we meet at Penrith to Sunday 6-8pm finish

Grade : Tough

Challenge dates

19th to 20th July 2020

Other group dates can be arranged

Challenge prices

2020 trip cost: £50 registration + trip cost £295

What is Included

Free transport to/from Barnsley if that is your nearest meeting

point, otherwise Penrith

Accommodation for 2 nights (Fri.+ Sat)

All meals includes 2 breakfasts, 2 dinners, 2 packed lunches and tea/juice/coffee/hot chocolate. and snacks

Qualified guides with first aid cover

Minibus backup support on route

Certificate at the finish

No hidden extras and everything included

What is not included

Personal outdoor clothing

Day rucksack