Yorkshire Three Peaks - Safety Your safety is our top priority: Our activities are fully risk assessed and we hold Public Liability Insurance via Lockton LLP Our leaders carry a mountain first aid kit, an emergency shelter, a fully charged mobile phone & spare battery, spare warm clothing & emergency food We have two-way radio contact with all of our guides at all times during an event We provide live GPS event tracking so that our office staff can monitor our progress and be automaticaly notified in an emergency. Your family & friends can also follow your progress. When mountaineering, there is no way to completely remove the risk, although we do try to reduce it. The British Mountaineering Council (BMC) Participation Statement says that: “The BMC recognises that climbing and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.” The risk of personal injury is increased when attempting to ascend three highest peaks in Yorkshire consecutively as: you will be pushing yourself hard physically and mentally you will be tired and you may be walking in the dark we might face very challenging weather conditions there are many places where you can trip or slip, and there are no safety rails or barriers If you cannot understand or accept these risks, then please do not attempt the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge.