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We visit the three highest peaks in Yorkshire. Ingleborough at 723m, Whernside at 728m and finally Pen-y-Ghent at 691m. The total distance walked is 47km/29 miles and 5,361ft/1634m of ascent, with the aim of completing this in less than 12 hours.

This is a 12 hour walking challenge and therefore is a long and physically demanding walk with good navigational skills required on some sections in poor visibility. You will need good advanced planning and the right skills to achieve this challenge within the time allowed. Bags of determination and months of training too. These are not the highest of the peaks in the UK but they can be pretty hostile in poor weather. The total distance walked is 47km/29 miles and 5,361ft/1634m of ascent. Compared to the “classic” three peaks route, this is 5miles longer, making it a real hard challenge to complete in under 12hrs

Yarndale

September 26, 2020 - September 27, 2020

Yarndale brings together over 200 talented creative exhibitors selling a wide range of crafts – yarn, books, craft kits, lots…

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Masham Sheep Fair

September 26, 2020 - September 27, 2020

Masham is a wonderful market town which is worth visiting at any time of year, as well as during the…

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Yarndale

September 26, 2020 - September 26, 2020

A weekend of woolly creativity in Skipton, North Yorkshire.

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Yarndale

September 27, 2020 - September 28, 2020

A weekend of woolly creativity in Skipton, North Yorkshire.

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Night Navigation

October 5, 2020 - October 5, 2020

The ability to navigate in the dark or poor visibility is a great skill to have. Whether on a mountain,…

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Leveret

October 9, 2020 - October 9, 2020

POSTPONED TO 2021 – see website for details. Leveret is a unique collaboration between three of England’s finest folk musicians.…

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Darlington Society of Arts

October 17, 2020 - October 28, 2020

Darlington Society of Arts was established in 1922, with the object of stimulating interest in both the creation and appreciation…

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