thirteen Sue Ryder walkers head along a gravel path towards a stone wall

Wheatfields Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge 2019

20th July 2019
BD24 0HB
Registration Fee
Guaranteed charity place
Fundraising target
25 miles
Kirsty Christmas
0113 203 3376
Event location map

54.1450543, -2.2957033

Take on Yorkshire’s three highest peaks: Pen-Y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough and support Wheatfields Hospice.

The Wheatfields Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge is back for 2019!

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge is renowned for being one of Yorkshire’s toughest challenges and is one of those must-do events.

Starting at Horton-in-Ribblesdale, North Yorkshire, walkers will be fully supported with water stations and marshals on route. Successful walkers will be awarded a Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge medal and certificate.

Our tour provider Kuta Outdoors offers complimentary training build-up walks and comprehensive support on the day.

Team or individual entry

Sign up as a team or as an individual; the choice is yours! The minimum fundraising target is £150 per person.

Why we're incredible...

As a member of #TeamIncredible, you’ll receive:

  • Our brand new Team Incredible technical kit
  • Top fundraising tips and on hand support from the team
  • Professional training support from our Team GB coach Nick
  • Access to our exclusive #TeamIncredible Facebook group

We’ll be with you every step of the way and want to ensure you have the best possible experience.

… and why you are

Your participation helps us to support people through the most difficult times of their lives.

Whether that’s a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition – we’re there when it matters.

And so are you: now that makes you truly incredible.

Sign up for the Wheatfields Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge 2019

Henry and Jo leaning on one another as they stretch

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