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Yorkshire Three Peaks Route GuideYorkshire Three Peaks
Route Guide

by Tony & Chris Grogan
ISBN: 978-1-911321-01-9
Published by: Skyware Ltd.
Date of publication: May 2018
Price: £1.99
Paperback, A3 (420 mm x 297 mm) folded to A5 (210 mm x 148 mm).
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The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge - climbing Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-ghent in a continuous circuit - is a tough challenge!

This handy route guide covers the full 24-mile circuit with detailed large-scale mapping at a scale of 1: 25,000, based on the latest OS maps but with superflous detail removed.

There are clear helpful directions on the map itself. The guide includes a route profile, along with mileage and suggested timings at each key point.

Also included are guide notes to circular walks for each individual peak from railway stations nearby - the best way to prepare for the Challenge and the best way to get the most enjoyment from these humble but glorious mountains.

See also: Dales Rail Trails

 

The A5 guide opens up to A3
Each copy of the Yorkshire Three peaks Route Guide opens up to an A3 central map.

 

Sample Pages - click for preview

Inner pages

Please note: facsimile reproduction for screen cannot match quality of printed version

 

The Pen-y-ghent cafe St. Oswald's chruch and Pen-y-ghent Descending from Pen-y-ghent God's Bridge, near High Birkwith Ribblehead Viaduct and Whernside come into view The Station Inn with Whernside beyond Ribblehead Viaduct Approaching the summit of Whernside Whernside summit trig point The Hill Inn with Ingleborough On the top of Ingleborough Passing Horton railway station
Scenes from the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge route

 

Explore the Challenge Route here

Three Peaks Accommodation here

  

A proportion of the proceeds from the sale of each copy of this guide will be donated to the Friends of the Three Peaks. This money will be used to help improve and maintain the footpath network in the Three Peaks area.