We’ll agree to a meeting place that suits you, but usually, we meet at Ft William Train Station at 0800. We’ll transfer you to the first mountain, where the ultimate challenge begins! We’ll have a briefing, share how the day will unfold and do a kit check to ensure everyone is ready to go.
At the base of Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Scotland, we’ll start by taking the tourist path on the way up enabling stunning views as long as the visibility is good! We'll reach the summit in around 3.5 hours, after which we'll take some celebratory photos and head back down to the transport.
We'll drive down to Wasdale Head in the Lake District, where you can sleep in the transport to gain maximum rest for Scafell Pike. We will also stop in Keswick for dinner just before setting off. Leaving Wasdale Head, we'll resume our trekking up the beautiful Scafell Pike (978m). Usually, around this time the sun draws in and gives a stunning sunset over the Lake District. After making our way down it's the time to head to our last summit - Mount Snowdon.
You’ll have the chance to sleep overnight in the transport so be sure to bring a lightweight sleeping bag or blanket for the journey. It's an early start to the day as we begin our hike from Pen-Y-Pass Youth Hostel. We'll hitch the PYG track to the top of Snowdon (1,085m). Once we've reached the top, our efforts will be rewarded with incredible views of the Snowdonia mountain range. After celebratory photos, we'll head back down to Llanberis for a hearty breakfast! After breakfast, we'll take you to Chester Train Station (or please request another drop-off point) and you can head home for a well-deserved rest and a newfound sense of pride!
A challenging feat pushing you to your limits, you’ll have to dig deep on this one