Frequenty Asked Questions on the Surrey Three Peaks events

  • Do I have to wear walking boots?

    Yes! Our events require all participants and staff to wear walking boots, rather than trail running shoes or approach shoes.

    If you usually prefer shoes, manufacturers such as Salomon, Scarpa, Mammut and Innov8 make lightweight boots suitable for our challenges.

  • Are there toilets on the route?

    Toilets are available at the start courtesey of the Burford Bridge Hotel. After the Ranmore Common support stop toilets will be available at Denbies, at approximately 3pm.

  • Is there a minimum age to take part in the Surrey Three Peaks?

    We generally require that participants who are under 18 are accompanied by a parent or guardian.

  • How often are water top-ups?

    Please come topped up with water at the start. We'll meet our support team twice between the hills when they will provide water top-ups, at approximately 11am after Leith Hill top, and 2.30pm at the top of Ranmore Common.

  • Can I bring my dog?

    You're very welcome to bring your dog! Please bear in mind that the route is largely over farmland, so they will need to be kept on a lead throughout.

  • What do we get afterwards?

    Certificates of achievement are included in our organised event to be handed out afterwards.

    Surrey Three Peaks Medals are also available online from the Three Peaks Shop.


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