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3 Peaks Challenge

19th – 21st August 2022

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Conquer three of the UK’s highest peaks in this epic climbing challenge.

Starting in the scenic Scottish Highlands, you’ll trek to the top of the UK’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, before setting off for the Lake District to tackle Scafell Pike by night. Finally, you’ll head to Snowdonia National Park to climb the mighty Mount Snowdon.

During your 15 hours of trekking, you’ll cover a distance of over 22 miles and climb around 9,500 ft on this amazing weekend-long adventure.

Push your boundaries and take on this unforgettable bucket-list challenge, with supportive teammates and experienced mountain guides to cheer you on every step of the way.

Get in touch now to find out more about the Three Peaks Challenge and to sign up for one of the most iconic climbing challenges in Britain!

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Be a fundraising superhero

By fundraising for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland through the Three Peaks Challenge, you’ll be helping people across Scotland do more than survive – you’ll help them really live.

Thanks to your hard work and determination, people with chest, heart and stroke conditions will get the support they desperately need as they return home from hospital.

Every penny you raise will go towards helping survivors like Troy get the support they need to live life to the full.

Just ask Troy

Last year, Troy, 53 from East Lothian suffered a stroke leading to the ‘darkest time of his life.’

He is grateful for the support provided by Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.

“I have never felt more scared and alone than when I had a stroke.

“But life changed for me when I got help from Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.

“The team at this amazing charity rescued me and my family from the darkest time in our lives.”

Get in touch

If you have any questions or need any support to make your fantastic fundraising ideas really fly, we’re here to help!

Contact Louise MacLeod – 0131 220 9593 –

Or send a message directly using this form

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