Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th July 2018
In recent years the Lakeland 24 Peaks Challenge has started to become a bit of a classic. It is a 2 day walking challenge, of which the Lakeland 10 Peaks is day one. As you can imagine, with a first day as tough as the one listed above, a second day which includes 14 peaks wouldn't be an easy one. The second day of the 24 Peaks is a slightly easier day, but it still covers 14 miles and racks up an impressive 2300m ascent - bringing the challenge total to over 31 miles and more ascent than the height of Mont Blanc!
The Butteremere ridgeline
The summit of the Highest Mountain in England
Sensational views from Bowfell
Bagging 10 Peaks
A very tough day out which will be sure to test you.
Finish the day at a walkers pub
Walking the entire Helvellyn range
Reaching the 3rd highest summit in England, Helvellyn
Fantastic walking terrain with excellent views throughout
Bagging 14 Peaks
Completing the Lakeland 24 Peaks Challenge
Those best suited to this challenge are fit and have a good level of walking experience. Ideal for those who have completed challenges such as the National 3 Peaks, Yorkshire 3 Peaks and the Lakeland 10 Peaks.