SeeSaw 3 Peaks: August 7th-10th

SeeSaw 3 Peaks: August 7th-10th

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£149 booking deposit plus £200 final payment

The Highest Mountains in England, Scotland & Wales



  • Minibus pick up

  • Transport between peaks

  • Mountain Leader

  • 3 nights stay

  • Optional training walks


      Supporting Seesaw:


      This event is being run in support of Oxford based charity, SeeSaw. Anyone and everyone is encouraged to sign up and support one of our favourite charities, who do the most amazing work, supporting children after the unimaginably difficult ordeal of losing parents.

      The charity is asking participants to fund their own entry and raise a minimum £350 sponsorship target. The Covid-19 crisis has made life incredibly difficult for so many charities. That makes your support even more significant!


      phone: 07514041350

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      DAY 1: Snowdon

      On the first morning we pick walkers up on route to beautiful North Wales, where we discover mighty mount Snowdon! 

      That afternoon we head up from Pen y Pass car park to tackle the steep Pyg Track that rises up around the reservoir of Llyn Llydaw; crossing the causeway and climbing the northern tip of Glaslyn. The hike continues on a steep zig-zag before one last push to the 1085m summit for a view of the sun setting over a distant horizon.

      After 5 to 6 hours on the mountain, the evening meal is spent celebrating the achievements of a great first day, after which everyone sleeps well at our overnight accommodation.

      Snowdon webcam

      DAY 2: Scafell Pike

      After an early start and 5 hours on the minibus, we finally discover the picturesque twisty lanes leading to Scafell Pike amidst the stunning western Lake District. The highest mountain in England has surprisingly rocky and unrelentingly steep paths. After another 5 or 6 hours of serious hill hiking with the peak at 978m, we aim to finish and head for our Lakes accommodation by sunset.

      DAY 3: Ben Nevis

      Heading north into Scotland and on through the magnificent highlands; a drive to take your breath as we pass through the monstrous scenery of Glencoe. We finally reach our biggest challenge; a 1345m climb from Fort William to Britain’s highest point; the summit plateau of colossal Ben Nevis. Jaw dropping scenery and incredible views! This giant takes in excess of 6 hours to conquer, meaning our celebration at the end will be well earned before the drive home next morning.

      Ben Nevis Webcam



      phone: 07514041350


      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.



      It is essential to be properly equipped and important to use try and test your kit & clothing beforehand the challenge.
      • 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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