Conquer the National 3 Peaks with #TeamNSPCC. High success rates AND you'll help protect children from abuse. Individuals, couples & groups.
Join #TeamNSPCC for the National Three Peaks Challenge in the target time of 30 hours instead of 24 which is better for conservation and means you get more time to enjoy the mountains.
"A fantastic but tough challenge. A rewarding experience with fantastic scenery and made all the better for meeting such great friends along the way." Wendy Hawthorn
"The guides and organisation were brilliant and kept everyone going with their humour and knowledge of the area. It is something I would highly recommend." Jon Goss
Day 1 Friday: Chester to Fort William by road
Meet mid-morning at Chester Station. You will be driven to Fort William. Dinner in local Scottish Highland town. Hotel/hostel check-in.
Day 2 Saturday: Ben Nevis & Scafell Pike
Early morning ascent of Ben Nevis. You will be driven to the Lake District. Dinner. Evening ascent of Scafell Pike. You will be driven to Snowdonia at night.
Day 3 Sunday: Snowdon
Early morning ascent Snowdon followed by celebrations. You will be driven to Chester.
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Every childhood is worth fighting for.
The NSPCC specialises in child protection by changing UK laws, seeking to protect children at risk of abuse or supporting children that have been abused to rebuild their lives.
Around 90% of their income comes from public donations where just £3 could pay for their Speak out. Stay Safe programme to reach a child in primary school or £40 could pay to answer 10 Childline calls from children in need of help.
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