Talkback Yorkshire 3 Peaks: July 17th
The 3 Highest Peaks in Yorkshire
Take on 1, 2 or all 3 Peaks by selected from menu above!
Challenge yourself while raising money for
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Ingleborough, Whernside, Pen-y-Ghent
From Horton, the clock starts ticking…. Walking as one team we attempt to conquer the 3 spectacular fells of Whernside (736m), Ingleborough (723m) and Pen-y-Ghent (694m) that dominate the Dales skyline.
We will cover 39km and climb over 1700m within just 12 hours to return to Horton and successfully complete the challenge and enter the ‘Three Peaks of Yorkshire Club’.
Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations...
The Yorkshire 3 Peaks Route:
Anti-clockwise circular route starting and finishing in Horton-in-Ribblesdale.
Sunday 17th July Timetable:
06:00 Meet in Horton
07:00 START Challenge (Anti-clockwise)
08:00 Summit Pen-y-Ghent
11:00 Refreshments at Ribblehead
14:00 Summit Whernside
15:00 Philpin Farm refreshments
16:30 Summit Ingleborough
18:30 Expected end of challenge
Hill and mountain walking can be hazardous! Not being prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions can lead to over exposure or heat stroke. Layers are key, allowing you to easily adjust your level of warmth. We are likely to experience some nasty weather, so for your safe enjoyment please bring the items specified on the kit list.
Food & Drink:
Walkers are expected to bring all of the food they need for the walk.
As with kit, make sure you have tried and tested anything you eat during the walks, as you do not know how your body might react.
You are going to be walking for 12 hours. You will consume body fat reserves, expel water and salts that need replacing to prevent muscle cramps, dehydration and fatigue. Hydration is the most important aspect of nutrition. It is essential to take on water in regular, small amounts throughout the walk. It is easy to underestimate how much you need and suffer dehydration, particularly in hot weather. Each walker should carry a minimum of 3 litres of fluid; water and sugary drinks. It is important to bring plenty of high energy food and snacks as well as something substantial like a sandwich for lunch. You need to provide your own food and water for the duration of the Challenge. We expect to have several refreshment stops on the route, but best to prepare for the unexpected!
Life begins at the end of your comfort zone!