Three Peaks Challenge by Rail
The only event that does the Three Peaks by train! Climb the highest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales with a special train taking you to each.
An action packed challenge for teams of four
This year, the train will depart from Crewe on Thursday evening and travel to Snowdon, which we will climb overnight.
We will then head for Ravenglass to climb Scafell Pike, before a night on the train up to Fort William to climb the UK's highest mountain, Ben Nevis.
It's then time for a well-deserved glass of bubbly on the journey home when the party begins!
Enjoy the beautiful views as we travel through the beautiful Scottish Highlands and bask in the glory of having completed an amazing personal challenge!
This challenge is for teams of four. The minimum sponsorship pledge is per team.
Some people estimate this is probably the equivalent of three half marathons on quite difficult terrain and of course there is little prospect of much sleep during the event.
You will spend the first night climbing Snowdon and the second night sitting up on a train. We recommend you try to grab a few hours whenever you can!
Food and drink
You will be provided with all meals on board the train as well as a plentiful supply of water for the mountains and lots of snacks!
First aiders will be available to help out with any minor problems. There will also be doctors on board for the more serious ailments. For your physical and mental wellbeing we will be accompanied by masseuses who will, for a small charge, provide sports massages.
- Transportation on the train between the mountains
- Transportation to the mountains
- Communications support on the mountains
- Food and drink on the train
- Three Peaks by Rail 2018 t-shirt
- Three Peaks by Rail 2018 challenge medal
- Complimentary rail passes will be provided on request
- Personal injury insurance
- Hiking equipment
- Sleeping bags/pillows
Cannot say enough good things about this event. The information received was very thorough, catering was great, even the weather was good!
Laura Birkinshaw-Miller, Solicitor, Ashurst