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5 Peaks Challenge for The Silver Line

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Date and time

08:00 pm

08:00 pm

Event Enquiries

Tel.: 02072 242745

Event Location

Hostel (To Be Confirmed), Langdale, Lake District, Cumbria, LA22 9JE

Event ID#


Event Category:

Walking Events

Event Description


5 Peaks Challenge

Join us to celebrate our 5th birthday year by taking part in the 5 Peaks Challenge.

Prepare for an epic challenge through the rugged and dramatic landscape of the Lake District, as you tackle five of England’s most demanding peaks.

Date: 17-18 May 2019

Location: Lake District

Registration: £50

Minimum Fundraising target: £275

This is a challenge which takes place during Silver Week in May, in the heart of England.  Included in the registration is the hostel accommodation, breakfast and plenty of lunch and snacks whilst on the trek, you will also have the best mountain leaders to take you safely across the peaks.

Together you will climb to over 3,000 feet, crossing crags and moorland and take on 5 of the Lake District’s toughest peaks:

Peak 1 – Crinkle Crags

Peak 2 – Bowfell

Peak 3 – Esk Pike

Peak 4 – Great End

Peak 5 – Scafell Pike


This challenge runs over just one day, but with five peaks to tackle it’s certainly no walk in the park! Prepare for an exhausting but energising journey through the rugged and dramatic landscape of the Lake District, as you venture across 14 miles and tackle five of England’s most demanding peaks, including its highest – Scafell Pike. The group will climb to over 3,000 feet, crossing crags and moorland past the Langdale Pikes towards Scafell.

DAY 1, FRI 17 MAY 2019
The adventure begins in the late afternoon at our hostel, in the heart of the Lake District. You will need to arrive by 8pm to meet your leaders and for the full safety briefing.

Please note that dinner on this first night is not included, but is available at the hostel.

DAY 2, SAT 18 MAY 2019
Rise and shine for breakfast and a bright and breezy start! From the Old Dungeon Ghyll we head north-west across the moorland towards the first peaks of the day: Allen Crags. These are the southern fells of Wainwright country, which offer some of the finest hill-walking in England. 

After a short pit stop, the next challenge beckons, Great End. From its stony summit the view stretches across the Scafells and Derwent Water. Only two peaks remain, but they are the toughest of the day so require everyone to be focussed and determined.

Next it is on to the highlight of the day, the craggy peak of Scafell itself. There is, however, the small matter of the daunting field of boulders in between, as well as a steep climb to the summit of England’s highest mountain at 978m. Ringed on all sides by crags, the expansive views take in Great End and Helvellyn to the north, Crinkle Crags and Windermere to the south-east and, on a clear day, the Isle of Man and the Scottish hills to the west.

Our return route takes us over the iconic peaks of Esk Pike and Bowfell before descending back down into the Langdale valley in time to celebrate our achievement.

Please note: The itinerary is there as a guide and may change due to unusual weather patterns, the strength of the group or other unforeseen circumstances. We will do our very best to keep to the set itinerary, however we cannot be held responsible for any last minute changes that may occur. In all such circumstances though, your challenge leader will have the final say.

This challenge is ground only. This means you will need to organise travel to arrive at the starting point of the itinerary in the host country and to return home at the end of the challenge. You will be provided with details of where and when to arrive and depart but please do budget for the appropriate travel arrangements.



  • Discount on personal equipment from Outdoorhire, Cotswold Outdoor and Cycle Surgery in the UK
  • Support materials (itinerary, kit list, fact file, Q&As, health notes, travel tips, responsible travel policy and guidance)
  • Warm up exercise routines
  • Risk assessment and emergency management planning
  • Public liability insurance


  • Accommodation during the challenge (usually in twin share)
  • Full back-up support including first-aid qualified staff and first-aid supplies
  • Drinking water on challenge days




  • Travel to and from the challenge start/finish point
  • Clothing and equipment listed on your Kit List


  • Personal spending money
  • Any other specific items listed as not included in your Trip Notes

Event Terms

Please enter me for the above event. I accept that the organiser will not be liable for any loss, damage, action, claim, cost or expenses which may arise in the consequence of my participation in or attendance to this event. I declare that I will not attend unless I am in good health on the day of the event and accept that I attend at my own risk. In the unlikely event of abandonment or cancellation, all or part of my entry fee may be retained for the management and administration of the event. No refunds or transfers allowed under any circumstances.

Further information from the Organiser

The Event Organiser will email further information prior to the event. Please check your junk/spam email folders if you don't receive it and note that the Organiser may only send information once entries close (ie. a couple of days prior to the event itself). If in any doubt, please contact the Event Organiser using the details displayed on the event entry page.

Event Organiser

Name: Holly de La Nougerede

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5 Peaks Challenge for The Silver Line

Hostel (To Be Confirmed), Langdale, Lake District, Cumbria, LA22 9JE

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