Peak District Nine Edges Challenge – One dayfrom
The Peak District Nine Edges Challenge is a more intense version of our Peak District Nine Edges Weekend. You’ll cover all nine edges and all 21 miles in a single day, making this great preparation for the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge or one of our more demanding overseas treks. Test your fitness and take in some stunning views with little commitment or time away from home. A great mini-adventure!
This trip has no set dates. Click ‘reserve’ below to enquire about dates of your choosing.
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Challenging - Trip grade 2
Group Size Small Group
Combine a cream tea with a challenging & stunning Peak District walk?
Experience a local Sheffield ale in the home of the Full Monty or three lions? This is a genuine experience combined with the beauty of the peak district that is hard to forget. Gritstone edges, vivid purple heather and amazing skies all await you. We cater for groups of up to 25 people, 1 guide per 8 challengers. We can arrange an extra climbing experience on one or more of the edges on request.
9 Edges Peak challenge over a day
We start at Fairholmes visitor centre by Ladybower Reservoir and finish at the Robin Hood pub in Baslow. We start at 8am at the visitor centre where you will meet your guide and take it from there. You can see from the distance that this is a serious challenge. Even walking at an average of 3-4km per hour it could take 10 – 12 hours. For this reason we only run the one day challenge in June, July, August and October.
Distance: 38.3 km Height Gain: + 1,194 m Height Loss: – 1,223 m
9 edges Peak challenge over a weekend
We also offer a weekend option so that you can admire the scenery at a more leisurely pace providing 2 nights of accommodation on the Friday and Saturday nights and Breakfast each day.
Run the 9 edges challenge
Derwent, Stanage, Burbage North, Burbage South, Froggatt, Curber, Baslow, Gardoms and Birchen Edges.
|Number of People||Price Per Person||Total|
|1 person with private guide||£250||£250|
|2 people with private guide||£125||£250|
|3 People with private guide||£85||£255|
|4 People with private guide||£65||£260|
|5 – 10 People and above with private guide||£45 per person|
|Larger groups – please enquire|
|Run it (groups only) – please enquire|
- Packed lunch
- Local transport
- Qualified guide
We can provide hotel accommodation for your group and arrange airport transfer as requested.
Not local? Would like to see more of the peak district? We are happy to help and provide other activities such as climbing, abseiling, orienteering and can also arrange a city tour.
- Insurance and travel to the Peak District starting point
- An meals or transport not included in the itinerary
NB Transport from Manchester or London airports can be arranged on request for an extra cost. We can also forward you transport link information so that you are able to arrive easily.
Participants must each carry the following equipment as a minimum. Kit will be checked at the start desk so please allow sufficient time for this.
- Waterproof jacket and leg cover, both with taped seams
- Hat & gloves
- Warm layers appropriate for the weather conditions but the minimum is a long sleeved fleece
- Sufficient food and fluids for the duration of the event
- Map and compass, Dark and White Peak maps
- Survival bag or bespoke emergency shelter