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The Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge is without a doubt one of the most rewarding challenges in the UK. Starting and ending in Horton-in-Ribblesdale, you take in 3 of the best known peaks in Yorkshire; Pen-y-Ghent (694m), Whernside (736m) and Ingleborough (723m).

Lead by Orange John qualified, insured and first aid trained guides, you’ll ascend over 7,064ft and walk the classic 24-mile circular route in 12 hours! A challenging event but achievable by anyone with a reasonable level of fitness and a desire to succeed. Training is advised.

Help make life better for children with cancer and book yourself onto one of Children’s Cancer North’s limited places at a discounted rate of £50. In return, we ask for a commitment from you to fundraise over £200.

Please note available dates range from May-September 2024. If you have a preferred week day or weekend just let us know, but all dates are subject to availability.

Email us to book your place

What you will receive as part of your package:

  • Communications from Orange John throughout.
  • Orange John goody bags for everyone upon finishing.
  • Leadership from Orange John’s qualified mountain leader guides, who will support you and your safety – dynamically assessing conditions and ability at all times.
  • A 15% off discount code for Cotswold outdoors.
  • Children’s Cancer North branded t-shirt/vest, neck buff, water bottle and fundraising materials.

For more information on the challenge and what’s included, please visit Orange John’s website.

Steps to get involved:

  • Email to register your interest.
  • Once we have confirmed your place, we will let you know how to make the £50 payment.
  • Set up your own JustGiving page, selecting Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge.
  • Start your training and fundraising!
  • Order any fundraising resources you need from us.


Email us to book your place

A note from Orange John:

“I’m passionate about supporting Children’s Cancer North because my sister speaks so highly of everything the charity has done and does for our family after my nephew was diagnosed with cancer. Other charities didn’t have the same level of commitment. I want to continually support and show my gratitude for how Children’s Cancer North helped and continue to help families who are going through similar life changing experiences. As a family, we have almost hit our target of £50,000 in fundraising after multiple fundraising events and my recent Everest base camp expedition. By offering these challenges, I’m hoping the power of the ripple effect can raise huge money for Children’s Cancer North long term, far more than I ever could raise single-handed. I’m passionate because I want to make a difference. I have my nephew back and I can never fully repay that, but I’ll try.”

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