Whether you immerse yourself in the stunning architecture, visit top-class museums and art galleries or simply want to explore this hip city you will find there is more to Liverpool than the birth place of The Beatles.
The locals (affectionately known as Scousers) are friendly and welcoming, the music scene is buzzing and if you love food then you will be spoilt for choice. From fine dining to cool bars to some pretty awesome street food you will find the food scene hard to resist.
You can’t visit Liverpool without visiting at least one Beatles attraction. Soak up the atmosphere in the famous Cavern Club or if you’re a real fan head to the Beatle’s story – a permanent exhibition in the heart of Liverpool. Other, attractions include John and Paul’s childhood homes and the Casbah Coffee Club.
Don’t forget to take a stroll round Albert Dock. What was once a huge docking port is now a buzzing district with galleries, museums, restaurants and bars. Museums include the Tate, the Merseyside Maritime Museum and International Slavery Museum. If you prefer a spot of retail therapy the modern Liverpool One shopping centre is right opposite Albert Dock and offers a fantastic shopping experience.
Also sitting proudly on the dockside are the Three Graces – the buildings probably most synonymous with the city. They consist of the Liver Building, The Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building. The Royal Liver Building is the jewel in the crown, adorned by two Liver Birds, the city’s signature landmark.
Any avid football fan won’t want to miss a visit to two of Premier League’s giants – Liverpool and Everton. Separated only by Stanley Park these clubs are two of the most traditional Premier League clubs in the country. Whether you book a visit to the stadium or are lucky enough to come by a match ticket you will not be disappointed!
Liverpool is a friendly city that has something for everyone. It offers everything from culture to music to sport to shopping so whatever your interests you will find it here!
Should you want us to arrange this trip or provide a guided service please call us to discuss further.
During each road based (south to north) Three Peaks event, our vehicle pick-up points are:
- Manchester Piccadilly Station (approx. 2.00pm)
- Warrington Bank Quay Station (approx. 3.30pm)
Drop off points are:
- Glasgow Train Station
- Glasgow International Airport
Alternative pick-up and drop off points can be discussed upon request.
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 are 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 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.
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.
We run this 3 Peaks Challenge as an open or bespoke event. Our open events run every Friday to Sunday from May to October. For bookings of 8 people or more, we also run this as an exclusive event on the dates of your choosing. To book any number of participants on to an event, simply select the date of your choosing and follow the booking procedure. If the date you want is not listed, please contact us.