The Lakes Biggest and Longest: 24 hours : August 2018

£50.00
The Lakes Biggest and Longest: 24 hours : August 2018
£50.00
Non-refundable deposit

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The Lakes Biggest and Longest challenge is almost a complete crossing of the Lake District National Park from South to North.

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£50.00
Challenge Information

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The Lakes Biggest and Longest

4th - 5th August 2018 - Open Challenge

The Lakes Biggest Longest challenge is almost a complete crossing of the Lake District National Park from South to North. It involves canoeing, cycling and walking.

Along the route you will canoe Windermere, England’s longest lake and summit the countries highest peak, Scafell Pike.

 

Brief route plan

Canoe Windermere - Ambleside

Cycle Ambleside - Old Dungeon Gill, Langdale

Walking Langdale - Scafell Pike

Cycle from Seathwaite - Derwent Water

Canoes Derwent Water - Bassenthwaite Lake

 

Distance Travelled

33km canoeing

21km cycling

17km mountaineering 

71km total travelled

 

Estimated time

Approx. complete time is 24 hours

What's Included
  • Transport from within the Lake District to the start of the challenge
  • Equipment such as Canoes, Paddles, Buoyancy Aids, Helmets, Mountain Bikes etc. for use during the challenge
  • Qualified instructors to lead you throughout the challenge
  • Support crew
  • Hot and cold drinking water to refill along the way
  • Transport back to your accommodation within the Keswick area after the challenge
  • Qualified guides 
  • Challenge photos
  • Completion certificate

Not included

  • Own personal clothing
  • Suitable footwear
  • Waterproof clothing

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