A unique peak-chasing challenge taking on 3, 5 or 8 peaks in one day! Put yourself through the ultimate test as you tackle some of England's most demanding & rugged mountains.
The Lake District National Park provides the dramatic backdrop for this challenge. You'll tackle some of the most demanding mountains in England - putting yourself through the ultimate physical and mental test.
This challenge is for those with an adventurous spirit and a love of rugged mountains. It will take you into the wilds, off the well-trodden paths.
"The 8 Peaks Challenge was totally amazing – far exceeded my expectations. I wasn’t the most experienced trekker, but the mountain leaders were super helpful and I walked in group of similar experience and pace. The challenge was tough but so rewarding knowing I was raising money for the British Heart Foundation. I can’t recommend it enough!"
Beginning in the heart of the Lake District in Great Langdale, where you’ll register and enjoy a pre-trek briefing and a nourishing breakfast.
The full 8 peak series includes:
1. Rossett Pike (651m)
2. Allen Crags (784m)
3. Ill Crag (930m)
4. Broad Crag (934m)
5. Scafell Pike (977m)
6. Great End (907m)
7. Esk Pike (885m)
8. Bowfell (903m
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Coronary heart disease is the UK's single biggest killer but the BHF is leading the fight against it.
Seven million people of all ages in the UK live with heart and circulatory diseases, which kill one in four people. The British Heart Foundation has already funded lifesaving research, campaigns and ongoing care and support for patients.
Their aim is to fund more than £1bn of cardiovascular research over the next ten years but they need your help. Every £25 could pay for one hour of research by one of their early career scientists or £20 could provide an hour of Helpline support from a Cardiac Nurse.
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