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Cost & Equipment

Costs

3 Peaks in 24 Hours Costs: £350 Per Person

 

Included in the cost:

 

Professional event organisation.
Qualified mountain leaders.
Transport between Manchester and Ben Nevis with pick ups en route.
Transport between Ben Nevis, Scafell and Snowdon.
Various drop off points between Snowdon and Manchester after the Challenge has been completed.
One night’s twin room accommodation with breakfast. Single rooms are available at a supplement. Group first aid kit with qualified first aiders.
Completion certificate to prove you did it! Special conditions may apply for larger group sizes.

 

3 Peaks in 3 Days Costs: £450 Per Person

 

Included in the cost:

 

Professional event organisation
Qualified mountain leaders
Transport between Manchester and Ben Nevis with pick ups en route.
Transport between Ben Nevis, Scafell and Snowdon.
Drop off between Snowdon and Manchester after the Challenge has been completed.
Three night’s twin room accommodation with breakfast, single rooms are available at a supplement.
Group first aid kit with qualified first aiders

 

Not Included in Costs

 

Evening meal and drinks
Any personal equipment required
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Equipment List

Recommended clothing to wear:

 

Warm, Comfortable trousers (Not Jeans)
Thermal Top
Warm Mid Layer Top
Warm Fleece Type Jacket
Walking socks
Walking boots Essentials items to carry in your rucksack:
Water and wind proof jacket
Water and wind proof trousers
Spare Warm clothing
Gloves and Hat
First Aid kit (blister pack)
Food (such as chocolate and dried fruit)
Drink, Whistle, Head Torch/ Spare batteries
Sun Cream and Sun hat (depending on weather and season)
Mobile Phone
Protective plastic bag (to line rucksack against the elements)

 

Note: All walkers should be equipped with the following items above. Please be aware, that this is a guide to the minimum levels required.

 

Clothing – You will need a base layer of a thin layer of thermal t-shirt, you will also need two additional thin base layers. For the second base layer you will need a thermal fleece layer, followed by a waterproof and windproof jacket.

 

Boots – Please ensure that your boots are the correct size and fit comfortably, are designed for long mountain walks and for use on wet rocks. Bad fitting boots are not simply uncomfortable, but can also be very dangerous.

 

Rucksack – Your Rucksack should be around 30/45 litres and have padded shoulder straps and a waist strap to make it easier and more comfortable to carry. It is good mountaineering practice to carry all spare clothing and equipment in a waterproof liner (bin bag).

For a competitively priced mini bus call Carl’s Mini Bus on:
0161 688 9998 or 07708 260 784