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Scafell Pike Challenge 2017

Scafell Pike Challenge – 14th October 2017

Do you have a thirst for adventure? Then take on Scafell Pike! At over 3,000 feet, Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England.

Register for the Scafell Pike UK Trek today and raise money to help us continue caring for needy orphaned children around the world.

Sitting proudly above every other peak in the Lake District, scaling Scafell Pike is one of the toughest mountain challenges in England. Your trek will cover nine miles and ascend to over 3,200ft where you’ll be rewarded with stunning views. In fact, views throughout the entire trek are incredible!

A team of experienced mountain guides will be with you every step of the way; however, a good level of fitness with prior training is required to take part in this challenge.

It’ll be hard climb but it’s part of the adventure. Every step of your climb will be in the knowledge that your funds have eased the suffering of many needy orphans across the world.

So, gear up, take the challenge and reach your peak!

To get involved, all you have to do is:

  1. Sign up today for an early bird discounted reg fee from £19.99 (non refundable)
  2. Get minimum sponsorship of £180
  3. Start training for the trek!

Where and When...

Seathwaite Farm, Seathwaite, Borrowdale, Cumbria CA12 5XJ

Saturday 14th October 2017 – From 00:30 to 23:00 (BST)

Meet up Points London, Bradford, Birmingham

£19.99  (super early bird – non refundable)

£39.99 (standard – non refundable)

Fundraising target:


On the Day...

  1. Waterproof jacket
  2. Waterproof trousers (no jeans, jogging bottoms, long dresses or skirts)
  3. Fleece
  4. Ankle-high hiking boots (Strictly no trainers)
  5. T-Shirt
  6. Two shoulder strap rucksack
  7. Hat and gloves
  8. Sunscreen
  9. Hiking Sticks
  1. Packed lunch & dinner
  2. Water bottle
  3. Snacks

For more information please email or call 0207 100 8866

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