The Lake District 8 Peak Challenge

The Lake District Challenge sees you conquer eight peaks, all above 3,000 feet, over 2 days. Offering breath-taking views wrapped up in a serious adventure, this challenge promises you a weekend you’ll never forget

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Taking on this challenge will see you summit Skiddaw, Helvellyn, Hellvellyn Lower Man, Scafell, Symonds Knott, Scafell Pike, Broad Crag and Ill Crag.

Whilst this challenge is not designed with specialist trekkers in mind and participants will vary in fitness levels, it is a real physical challenge and will require energy, commitment, a positive attitude and dedication to training. Suitable for people to take part individually or in a group, it is the perfect opportunity to get your friends, family or colleagues involved.

"The challenge will be tough but very fun. Once you see the beautiful views and the impact your fundraising is having on the fight against meningitis, it will all be worth it - I promise!" Michaela Ifill - Events Fundraiser

Be a part of Team Meningitis Now and you will receive:

  • The support of a qualified mountain leader and experienced safety team
  • Accommodation with breakfast, packed lunches and evening meals 
  • Transport during the challenge
  • Invitation to one of our training days in the lead up to the challenge
  • Fundraising support and materials
  • Facebook page for you and your team mates
  • Training, dietary and equipment tips
  • 15% off at Cotswold Outdoor

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Why join Team Meningitis Now?

Rachael Stone took part in the challenge in October 2016; this is what she had to say:

"It was superb! A completely fabulous adventure full of fabulous people, and all for a wonderful cause. The organisers and safety team are second to none. It was a tiresome two days hiking but I am already looking for where I can sign up for next year. An all-round hoot!  Thank you for everything, was one of the best weekends!"

Have any further questions?

Contact Michaela by emailing michaelai@meningitisnow.org or calling 01453 769 024.