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This walk video takes you around the entire walk in a fraction of the time, just lingering long enough for you to enjoy the views. So, if you want to check if a walk is suitable for you, or you're unsure of directions, reminisce about hikes conquered, or simply to view the wonderful scenery, then look no further.
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Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk
The classic walk in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales which takes in the summits of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough in a circular route.

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk is 24.5 miles (39.2km) long and takes in approximately 5,000 feet (1,600 metres) of climbing.

Traditionally this walk is completed within a target of 12.

Our Three Peaks Walk CD-Rom/DVD 2-disk set contains all the information required to successfully complete this wonderful walk along with local information and much more besides - click here for details.

If the full walk is too daunting, each 'peak' can be completed as an individual walk.

You can download the full walk, or any of the 3 sections from our Videowalks site - click here for details.
Three Peaks Downloads
Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk - Pen-y-ghent > Whernside > Ingleborough - The classic 24.5 miles walk with approx 1,600 metres of climbing over Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough in the Yorkshire Dales. Read more

Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk Part 1 - Horton in Ribblesdale to Ribblehead - The Pennine Way is joined to summit Pen-y-ghent, before passing near to Hunt and Hull Pots on the way to the Ribblehead viaduct. Read more

Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk Part 2 - Ribblehead to the Old Hill Inn - Walk along by the railway before climbing up Whernside and then descending to the Old Hill Inn via Bruntscar. Read more

Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk Part 3 - The Old Hill Inn to Horton in Ribblesdale - Head along Southerscales Scars and Humphrey Bottom on the way to Ingleborough's summit. Descend via Sulber to reach Horton in Ribblesdale. Read more

National Three Peaks Walk
Have you completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk and now want another challenge? Why not consider the National Three Peaks Walk.

The National Three Peaks Walk takes in the highest mountains in Great Britain and there is a traditional challenge to complete all three mountains within 24 hours! Of course you don't have to accept the 24 hour challenge, you can take as long as you like. Many people choose to do one mountain a day over a long weekend.

Not for the faint-hearted, this walk is usually started in Scotland with Ben Nevis, the highest of the three mountains at 1,344m. Once completed, walkers are transported to Scafell Pike in the Lake District for the second climb. At 978m, Scafell Pike may be the lowest summit of the three, however it's steep ascent makes it arguably the most challenging. With Scafell Pike under your belt it's off to Wales for the final mountain - Snowdon at 1,085m.

Click here for more information on this amazing challenge.
Where to stay in the Dales
Our database of places to stay in the Yorkshire Dales and surrounding areas contains hundreds of establishments to suit all visitors.

From Hotels and Inns to Guest Houses, B&Bs, Self Catering and Camping and Caravan sites you are certain to find the ideal establishment for your stay in the Yorkshire Dales.

Where to eat in the Dales
From Restaurants and Hotels to Inns, Pubs, Cafes and Take-aways, our database contains hundreds of places to eat and drink in the Yorkshire Dales and the surrounding area.

Find the ideal place to satisfy your hunger either before or after your walk.

Share your adventures
Our 'Readers Tales' section contains tales and stories from people and groups who have done or are planning to do the Three Peaks Walk. The stories offer a facinating insight into the Three Peaks Walk from different and personal points of view.

Read about the adventures of other walkers or submit your own story to share with the rest of the walking community.

The essential Three Peaks Guide
Videowalks has produced a 25 page guide to help you prepare, plan and complete the Yorkshire Three Peaks Walk, whether it be the entire walk or just part of it.

The guide covers the preparation before your walk including clothing and equipment as well as the physical preparation for the challenge ahead plus much, much more.

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