Pace 24hr National 3 Peaks: June 18th-20th

Pace 24hr National 3 Peaks: June 18th-20th

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£398 or £149 booking deposit plus £249 final payment

Helping children with motor disorders to achieve their full potential in life

   The Highest Mountains in England, Scotland & Wales



  • Minibus pick up

  • Transport between peaks

  • One night's accommodation
  • Mountain Leader


phone: 07885157903


Don't call it a dream, call it a plan!


Fundraising & Sponsorship

Minimum fundraising target for this event is £750.

The easiest way to collect sponsorship is by using your fundraising page which is automatically set up for you after you register.

Once you have registered, you can start promoting your challenge to family, friends and colleagues and potential sponsors.

See our fundraising tips HERE.

If you would rather collect sponsorship using a sponsor form contact




Saturday 9am: Scotland Drive

Heading north, into Scotland and on through the magnificent highlands. A drive to truly take your breath away. Finally terminating in Fort William at the foot of the highest mountain in the UK!


Sunday 7:00am: Ben Nevis

Starting with the biggest climb; from Fort William to 1345m; the highest point in Britain; the summit plateau of colossal Ben Nevis. Jaw dropping scenery and incredible views all the way! Ben Nevis Webcam

Target: 2.5 hour climb, 2 hour descent.


Sunday 11:30am: Lakes Drive

6 hours on the minibus finally leads to the picturesque twisty lanes, where Scafell Pike is discovered amidst the stunning western Lakeland District.


Sunday 5:30pm: Scafell Pike

The highest mountain in England at 978m, has a surprisingly rocky and unrelentingly steep path. This is arguably the toughest part of the test! Often engulfed by mist and with the early part of our climb ahead of a mountain top sunrise, before descending to the minibus for the next leg of our epic journey.

Target: 2.5 hour climb, 2 hour descent.  


Sunday 10:00pm: Snowdon Drive

5 hours on we arrive in beautiful North Wales to discover mighty mount Snowdon - the finale to this huge challenge!


Monday 3:00am: Snowdon

The steep and often narrow Pyg Track heads up above the reservoir of Llyn Llydaw; crossing the causeway and climbing further at the northern tip of Glaslyn. The rise continues with a grueling zig-zag climb, before one last push to the summit for a view far beyond the distant horizon.

This final glorious peak stands at 1085m and is followed by a triumphant descent back our medla presentation and awaiting transport.

Target: 2hr climb, 2hr descent.


Monday 7am: Finish & drive home!


The 3 Peaks takes a tremendous team effort to complete. The key to successes is in the preparation and planning. It must also be done with responsibility and respect to allow others to continue enjoying both visiting and inhabiting the mountains. There is some negative impact, such as erosion and littering, caused by an increased use of the mountains. Hence we follow the 'Code of Practice for Outdoor Fundraising Events', developed by the Institute of Fundraising written in consultation with a range of groups including the National Park Authorities and the National Trust, who owns Scafell Pike and part of Snowdonia.


Essential to be properly equipped
Tried and tested clothing only
Only pack items needed for walking 

  • Rucksack - min 25 litres with cover.
  • Walking boots; broken in; NO trainers
  • Double layer walking socks.
  • Waterproof jacket & trousers.
  • Base layer top – breathable.
  • Warm fleece and spare fleece.
  • Walking trousers - NO jeans!
  • Multiple thin tops allowing temperature changes.
  • Post-challenge clothes.
  • 3 litres of fluid per peak.
  • Basic First Aid kit & Sun cream.
  • Warm gloves, hat/balaclava.
  • Head torch with spare batteries.
  • Whistle for sounding the alarm.
  • Toiletries, towel.
  • Mobile phone & waterproof case

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