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3 Peaks Challenge – Sage Foundation (E)

Jun £600 pp

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About this Adventure

The Three Peaks (Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon) are the highest mountains in Scotland, England and Wales.  The challenge is to climb each of these three peaks – one after the other!

*Under the “build your trip” section please click June then click on the box that shows “17” and press continue to book your place*

Quick Facts

  • Guiding on all 3 peaks by experienced mountain leaders
  • 26 miles (42km) total horizontal distance, 3,000m (9,843ft) of vertical ascent, 3 peaks
  • Pick-up from Glasgow International Airport and drop-off at a pre-arranged location
  • Expert driving team with lots of 3 Peaks experience. Please note that for safety reasons we adhere to all road traffic safety regulations
  • Many years experience in providing this challenge
  • The fitter your entire group is, the more likely you are to be able to fulfil the challenge
  • You need to be pretty fit

About & Details

The Three Peaks Challenge is an attempt to climb the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales in ‘one go’.  These peaks are Ben Nevis in Scotland, Scafell Pike in England, and Snowdon in Wales.

You will be collected from Glasgow International Airport on Wednesday 17th June and travel to Fort William

The Ben Nevis ascent will begin on the morning of Thursday 18th, followed by Scafell Pike that night and finishing with Snowdon on Friday 19th.

After the event you will be transferred to local accommodation for an overnight stay and celebratory meal.

Breakfast on Saturday 20th will be followed by transfer to your agreed location.

We have many years’ experience in delivering this challenge.  Over the years thousands of people have completed the event with us – we are delighted to be helping you with yours!

About Sage Foundation

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  • Professional event organisation
  • Qualified mountain leaders
  • Pick up from Glasgow International Airport to Fort William
  • Transport between the 3 peaks
  • Drop off from Snowdonia to pre-arranged locations after the challenge has finished
  • Two nights’ twin room accommodation with breakfast.  (Single rooms are subject to availability at a supplement of £55 per person per night)
  • Group first aid kit with qualified first aider
  • Travel to and from designated pick up and drop off points
  • Evening meals, lunches and beverages (these will be covered by Sage Foundation)
  • Personal insurance (for cancellation, accident, health, emergency evacuation and loss, theft of or damage to baggage and personal effects)
  • Personal equipment (e.g. walking boots, rucksack, waterproof jacket and trousers, torch, hat and gloves)

Optional Extras

  • Single Room Supplement £55 per person per night (subject to availability)

Select from Optional Extras at the Checkout page

Environmental Responsibility

Over the years concerns have been raised about the impact the 3 Peaks Challenge has on the environment and the local residents surrounding these peaks.  The main concerns raised is an increase in traffic and noise in rural areas at unsociable hours, litter, erosion of the peaks through people taking short cuts and in particular the lack of water and toilet facilities at Wasdale Head.

At Maximum Adventure our ethos is to always respect the areas we work in.  The company was set up by people who enjoy the mountains and respect the impact people climbing them have on the environment and local residents.  When running our 3 Peak Challenges we adhere to the fundraising guidelines which were produced by the Institute of Fundraisers in line with the various authorities for the 3 Peaks.  We mainly run small groups of between 10-12 people with experienced drivers and mountain leaders with them ensuring best behaviour on the mountain and not impacting on rescue services.  In fact, on several occasions, our mountain leaders have acted as ‘rescuers’ by leading lost groups we found on the hill off the mountain!  We always stick to the official paths on the mountains so as not to cause any environmental damage to the mountains, and we contribute to the maintenance of these paths.  We make donations to the Highland council for the upkeep of the paths throughout the year.  In the cases where we operate larger groups we seek prior approval from the various mountain authorities.  We have worked closely with these authorities over the years and have a very good working relationship with them.  We also manage groups access to the peaks to reduce the amount of people coming into and out of an area at any one time.

We aim to climb Scafell Pike before the midnight cut off time, thereby reducing the impact our arrival and departure has on local residents.  We always have our own water supplies so we do not use local supplies and do all that we can to ensure our clients have access to appropriate toilet facilities outside of the area.  Our drivers remain with the minibuses and ensure there is no excessive noise or illegal parking.  We take the safety of our participants very seriously, and stick to driving regulations with separate non-walking drivers, making sure sufficient breaks are taken.  We believe we are one of the most responsible operators on the hill and continually endeavour to improve our services whilst protecting the beautiful environment we operate in and ask that all of our clients respect our working code when travelling with us.


  • Day 1 - Wednesday

    Meet at designated pick up point and transfer to Fort William.  Check in to your accommodation, attend an evening briefing, route planning and equipment check with your guide.  Time to unwind.

  • Day 2 - Thursday

    Early breakfast then depart for Ben Nevis at approximately 7am.  Ben Nevis should be a round trip of around 5½ hours.  Afternoon transfer to the Lake District and evening ascent of Scafell Pike, which should be a 4½ hour round trip.

  • Day 3 - Friday

    Night time transfer to Snowdon and early morning ascent. This is a round trip of approximately 4 hours. Transport to overnight accommodation and a celebratory meal.

  • Day 4 - Saturday

    After breakfast, check out of your hotel and transfer to pre-arranged drop off locations.


Please note:  This itinerary is a guide only.  It can be subject to change dependent upon viability, course members’ fitness and weather conditions.


*Under the “build your trip” section please click June then click on the box that shows “17” and press continue to book your place*

The Route

Why book with us

We know you have a choice of companies providing trips for your next adventures. Here are some of the reasons you should choose to travel with Maximum Adventure:

  • We are an established adventure travel business
  • We have been trading since 2002
  • We are financially protected in accordance with the 1992 travel regulation
  • Knowledgeable and available office staff
  • Qualified leaders and guides with ascents ranging from Ben Nevis to Mount Everest
  • All activities are risk assessed
  • We will provide you with the best service available
  • We are aware this is your holiday/your challenge and will do our best to make it an enjoyable and rewarding experience
  • We have many repeat clients stretching back over a number of years
20+ years adventure organisation experience
Full liability & financial protection
Leading provider of high quality adventure challenges
Great team of staff to support you

Payment Terms

  • £300 payable at time of registration

  • Balance due 10 weeks prior to the trip