We have now closed our registrations for the Scafell Pike challenge 2017. We have over 100 supporters trekking for The National Autistic Society this weekend. We can’t wait to support them and climb with them in the Lake District. If you are interested in the 2018 Ben Nevis please email events@nas.org.uk

If you're looking for some inspiration, why not read about why some of our fundraisers decided to take on this challenge?

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About the Scafell Pike Challenge

Join us for we our next bespoke challenge, Scafell Pike. You can choose whether you would like to take part on the Saturday or the Sunday. This is based around the ‘Three Peaks’ challenge, where we trek up a mountain a year. Whether this is the first time you've attended a trekking event or you're a mountaineering veteran, join us for a great day out and help us to make a real difference to people living with autism. 

Take on one of the three highest points in Britain and climb the highest peak in England, Scafell Pike. At a height of 978m it is located in the beautiful Lake District and provides you with breathtaking views in all directions.  Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to join us on Saturday 12 or Sunday 13 August 2017 to hike to the top of Scafell Pike. Places are limited - download the registration form below to sign up now!

Please let us know your preferred date to take part but keep the whole weekend free as we can’t guarantee you will be able to walk your preferred date.

Scafell Pike Challenge fact sheet

Get in touch 

For more information on taking part and ask questions, please get in touch:

Support you'll get

Included in your entry:

  • guaranteed entry into the Scafell Pike Challenge, organised by The National Autistic Society
  • guided walk from a qualified Mountain Leader Guide
  • participant t-shirt
  • training and fundraising support right up to the event
  • certificate of completion.

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