Three Peaks Challenge.

Adrian, David, James, Helen, Sarah and Martin will be setting off on Friday 28th June, flying first to Glasgow and then driving to our first peak, Ben Nevis at 16:00.

After Ben Nevis we will drive to Scafell Pike before tackling the final peak, Snowdon which we aim to finish by 16:00 on Saturday 29th June.

We are a self guided group under the direction of one of our civil engineers, Martin Howell, who as a scout leader has previously completed all three peaks.

Martin will be guiding our group of 6 climbers up the peaks. Two more of the Abstruct team will take on the role as driver, ferrying the climbers between the peaks.

3 Peaks Challenge consists of climbing the country’s three highest mountains: Mount Snowdon (Wales, 1085m), Scafell Pike (England, 978m) and Ben Nevis (Scotland, 1345m).


With the aim of covering the 26 miles of walking distance, 462 mile drive and 3064 metre ascent in just 24 hours.

We have set ourselves this challenge to raise money for The Lexi Mace Brighter Future Fund in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital.

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