Find your adventure Individual Adventures UK adventures Edale Skyline Challenge private event - 19th September -1108 days -7 hours -50 mins -45 secs The Edale Skyline Challenge is the classic Peak District hillwalking adventure and takes place in the ‘Dark Peak’ part of the Peak District National Park. Starting & finishing in the village of Hope in the Hope Valley, we tackle several summits on a continuous circular walk surrounding the beautiful Vale of Edale, including Win Hill (462m), Lose Hill (476m), Mam Tor Height (517m), Kinder Scout Low (633m) and Grindslow Knoll Height (601m). This is a challenging 31.6 km (19.9 mile) route with over 1,000m of height gain overall, and a target time of 10 hours. It requires a good level of fitness and lots of determination. The stunning views and varied terrain all add to the enjoyment. This is also a great training walk for the National Three Peaks Challenge, the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge or one of our international expeditions. You can view the route in OS Maps and you can also watch an illustrated 3-D route video below. Once you've booked, you’ll be sent joining instructions, a training plan and kit list. We can also provide advice on local accommodation and other activities. Overview Distance: 32 km Height Gain: 1,027 metres Target time: 10 hours Grade: HARD Group Size: Minimum 4 Price Self-funding: The costs of this event are already Fundraising: You can 3D Route Video View Route in OS Maps Note: In the map below, it's best to view the route by selecting 'OSM Outdoor' from the dropdown on the top right hand corner of the map, which defaults to 'RWGPS'. Where & when does it start? Our meeting time is 07.30am. The walk starts and finishes at the public car park in the village of Hope in the Peak District. Postcode: S33 6RD What3words: ///surprised.laser.rehearsal OS Grid Ref: SK 17120 83490 Please note the car park has 23 spaces and the charges are as follows (cash only, no card payments): Over 4 hours (maximum 10 hours): £6.00 24 hours: £7.00 The car park ticket machines currently only accept 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2 coins and do not give change. They do not accept notes. Route Map & Altitude Profile View Route in OS Maps Is it suitable for me? The Edale Skyline Challenge requires a good level of fitness and you must be able to walk for up to 10-hours over hilly ground. The route is not technical, but it is a tough walking challenge in terms of distance and time. Weather & terrain The terrain of the Edale Skyline challenge walk includes well-worn paths, boggy areas (particularly after rain), steep ascents and descents. Poor weather makes the walk harder and it’s essential that participants have good footwear and adequate outdoor clothing to protect you from the elements. The weather on the Edale Skyline route can be unpredictable so be prepared for all conditions! You can check some local weather forecasts below. Peak District Mountain Forecast BBC Weather for Edale Met Office weather for the Peak District Met Office weather for Kinder Low (the highest point on the walk) Water on your walk We recommend a Water-to-Go filter water bottle for this event - it saves you carrying extra weight on this long hill day and you can fill up safely and drink water from the streams on the route. What’s included? Mountain Leaders on a 1:10 ratio Live GPS tracking & shareable links for family/friends BMC Safety on Mountains book (RRP £6.99) 20% discount for Montane 15% discount for Cotswold Outdoor 15% discount for Open Air 20% discount on Water-to-Go bottles 25% discount on Uphill Athlete training plans What’s Excluded? Accommodation (but we can provide advice on options) Transport to/from your accommodation to our event meet point Personal Food & Drink Parking Charges 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 and we have two-way radio contact with all of our guides at all times during an event. We also hold a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) Operator Licence. How to book 1. Book below by choosing your ticket type. You can choose: Book a ticket only (the costs are covered by your employer) Book a ticket and you can optionally also choose to support our social mission by pledging to raise a minimum amount of sponsorship (£100). We can host fundraising pages directly on our website and you can read some short case studies about our social impact. Read more about fundraising for Inspire Alpine®. You'll receive an email acknowledging receipt of your booking. You'll also need to read and agree to our Participation Agreement & you'll be asked to confirm this during Step 1 when selecting your ticket type. Participation Agreement 2. After booking, you'll receive a second email requiring you to complete our online UK Trip Booking & Medical Declaration Form, which must be completed by each participant before we can confirm your place. Donate You can directly support our social mission to close the attainment gap. We support disadvantaged young people to have higher aspirations and feel more confident & resilient. Find out more Booking for this event has now closed.