Frequently asked questions about the Yorkshire Three Peaks

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

There is no minimum age requirement, but we generally require that participants who are under 18 are accompanied by a parent.

Are there toilets on the route?

Yes! We start at about 6.30am, and there will be toilets at approximately 10am (Horton-in-Ribblesdale), 2pm (Ribblehead) and at the finish (back in Chapel le Dale).

How often are water top-ups?

Please come topped up with water at the start. We're able to meet out support vehicles between each mountain, at approximately 10am and 2pm — first for water top-ups only, and at the second stop for both water and refreshments.

Can I bring my dog?

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

Can you provide a sponsorship form?

Yes! Please click the link below to open and save a template sponsorship form.

Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge sponsorship form

What do we get afterwards?

Certificates of achievement are included in our organised event to be handed out afterwards, and in self-organised challenge registration.

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

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