for better mental health

The Three Peaks Challenge - June 

This event is now full for 2020

Mind Charity Places are now sold out.

The Three Peaks challenge is described as one of the UK's ultimate challenges, involving trekking to the top of the three highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales in just 24 hours!

12 June 2020

14 June 2020

Registration fee

Minimum fundraising target

Minimum age

North West England
Chester Train Station

About the Three Peaks Challenge 

Brace yourself for a fast-paced and physically challenging adventure as you take on the three highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales exclusively for Mind.

Considered one of Britain’s toughest outdoor challenges, the National 3 Peaks Challenge takes in the dizzy heights of Ben Nevis (1,344m), Scafell Pike (978m) and Snowdon (1,085m).

Included in the trip is a mountain guide, transport (starting and finishing at Chester train station), accommodation (bunk house Friday night), a Mind t-shirt, 3000m of non-technical climbing and an amazing experience

How we'll support you

Whether you are a seasoned hiker or a first-timer, Mind will be with you every step of the way. We will do all that we can to ensure that your Three Peaks experience is one you will never forget.

We offer all our trekkers a fantastic support package including the following:

  • Your own project manager on hand to answer your questions and guide you through your training and fundraising.
  • Regular enewsletters about Mind and the difference your fundraising makes.
  • Fundraising materials, a Mind t-shirt and guides on how to get started.


Any questions?

You might find your answer in our FAQs.

Or you can send us an email using the button below, or give us a call on 0300 999 3887 and we'll be more than happy to help.

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Where does the money go?

1 in 4

people in the UK will experience a mental health problem in any given year


queries answered by our helplines in 2018/19.


people accessed our information in 2018/2019

You can find out more about our work in the 2016/17 annual review

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