HIGHEST MOUNTAINS IN THE BRITISH ISLES BACK TO BACK IN 48 HOURS!”
Snowdon – Scafell Pike – Ben Nevis – Slieve Donard – Carauntoohil
For full details and itineraries, please contact Martyn firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone 07852 305445
Wales to Ireland
6th-10th June 2024
11th-14th June 2024
4 places available
IRELAND TO WALES ROUTE
Day One – Tuesday 11th June 2024
6pm – Meet Killarney Court hotel, Killarney – Briefing
Day Two – Wednesday 12th June
6.00am – Depart Hotel
7 am – After safety briefing commence ascent of Mt Carauntoohil
8.30am – Summit Carauntoohil. One peak in the bag!
10.30am – Back at base for speedy departure
1.15pm – Grab snacks / lunch at Motorway Services
5.00pm – Arrive at Slieve Donard for briefing and start climb
7.15pm – Summit SlieveDonard (Peak Two) Head back to base
9.30pm – Depart Slieve Donard
10.30pm – Arrive Ferry Terminal
11.30pm – Ferry to Cairnryan
Day Three – Thursday 13th June
1.45 am – Arrive Cairryan
3am – Rest stop
5.30 am – Arrive Ben Nevis. Safety briefing.
8.30am – Summit Ben Nevis
11.30 am – Depart Ben Nevis
1.30pm – Rest stop
3.30pm – Rest stop
5.30pm – Arrive Scafell Pike
8.30pm – Summit (Peak 4)
11pm – Depart Scafell Pike
Day Four – Friday 14th June
1am – Rest Stop
3am – Rest Stop
5.30 am – Arrive Snowdon – briefing
8.30 am – Summit Snowdon – Celebrate wildly (cry) !!!
12pm – Depart for hotel (Or station if you are heading home)
1.00pm – Hotel (may have to wait a small amount of time for check in)
6pm onwards – celebration time!
Day Five – Saturday 11th June
8am – Depart Hotel
9am – Drop off Bangor Station.
(You may wish to stay on in beautiful Snowdonia for a day or two
This is a fantastic full on challenge for those that are tough enough to take on more than “just” the National 3 peaks in 24hrs!
You sleep on the minibus and ferry!
This is a full on “Blue Chip” Challenge encompassing hundreds of miles of road travel over five different countries and over 4800 metres of climbing (and the same amount of descent) It is a magnificent challenge but not for the feint hearted. The event is open to all but training WILL be required!
The trip includes accommodation for two nights, the night before the challenge in a hotel near Snowdon and a night in Dublin at the end of the challenge. All transport from an agreed location to Snowdon, travel in an MPV between the mountains, return ferry crossings and transport back to an agreed location after the event.
Contact Martyn if you would like to organise this event on a bespoke basis.