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The Flora and Fauna of the Yorkshire Three Peaks

15 November 2018

Since the establishment of the Yorkshire Dales National Park in 1954, much of the park hasn’t changed since. In some cases, the area has seen improvement in terms of biodiversity. Much of the UK, meanwhile, has been in a...

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Dealing with Cold Weather On The North Yorkshire Three Peaks

08 November 2018

Technically, there’s nothing stopping you from climbing the Three Peaks during the winter, but a lot of people will avoid it for some obvious reasons: the biting cold, slippery surfaces and heavy snow or wind can ruin a great...

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Food and Drink on the Three Peaks Challenge

01 November 2018

Since the North Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge is 12 hours at most and requires a lot of energy, it’s vital that you bring some food along for yourself, your friends or your family. That means more than a bottle...

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Things to See Around Whernside

25 October 2018

The mid-point in any North Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge, Whernside has some of the most rewarding views in the Yorkshire Dales. Starting at the viaduct and terminating at the peak, you can see for tens of miles on a...

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The Good You Can Do With a Charity Walk

18 October 2018

There are a number of charities in the UK that sponsor and take part in charity walks in the North Yorkshire Three Peaks, but unless you’re a fitness freak, you’re going to have to pick and choose which charity...

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What Season Is Best For Hiking the North Yorkshire Three Peaks?

11 October 2018

When it comes to hiking, it’s important to pick a time that’s right for you. Some people can’t stand the sweltering summer heat, others can’t focus or enjoy themselves when it drops into the single digits. Dealing with the...

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How Do You Set Up a Charity Walk?

04 October 2018

There’s a lot of things that people think about in modern society – or rather, have to think about. Beyond the white noise of entertainment, there’s a million problems that people are struggling with: healthcare, economic inequality, legal and...

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Should You Try The Corporate Team Walk?

27 September 2018

We’ve all been in those boring team building exercises which resort to cliches – the trust falls, the model building and other exercises that you’ve seen before. Perhaps the best way to motivate your employees is to take them...

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Bringing Your Dog To The North Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge?

20 September 2018

One thing that all dog owners can agree on is that they love being outdoors. From yappy Jack Russells to sturdy German Shepherds, most healthy dogs can tackle the North Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge with ease. Due to co-evolving...

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The Yorkshire Dales National Park

13 September 2018

Created in 1954, the Yorkshire Dales National Park encompasses much of North Yorkshire as well as parts of Cumbria and a small chunk of Lancashire. Home to 24,000 people, the Yorkshire Dales National Park is mostly privately owned land,...

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