In the last few years, Rebel PT has really taken to completing some of the most challenging but beautiful terrains and Munros Scotland has to offer; we have hiked 12 Munros in 12 months and completed some of the most scenic Munros in the country, but this year we are taking the challenge to the next level… and completing the Rebel PT three peaks challenge!
How cool would it be to say you have reached the top of:
- The highest mountain in Scotland (Ben Nevis)
- England (Scafell Pike)
- and Wales (Snowdon)?!
That’s a combined total of 11,000+ ft / 3500m!
This is one of the bigger challenges that we have set at Rebel and while we do encourage our members to get involved we definitely recommend having previous experience of hill walking and Munros. Some of these routes can be challenging and conditions can be extremely variable. If you aren’t sure how you would cope feel free to chat with your trainer!
Of course, if you have any suggestions or information you’d love to share about your hill walking experience or Munro recommendations, we would love to hear from you and you can get in touch here.
The plan so far…
Snowdon – Wales
1st/2nd /3rd June (drive during the day Friday – 8hr drive)
Preferred Route – Snowdon Horseshoe – 11.5km / 1094m / around 7hrs
Bad Weather Route – Pyg Track – 10km/ 800m
Sunday Plan – Zip Caverns https://www.zipworld.co.uk/adventure/detail/caverns and if you want to book onto one of the fastest zip wires in the UK that’s also at the Zip World site!
Ben Nevis – Scotland (also the highest Munro in the UK)
28th / 29th July (drive Friday evening)
Preferred Route – Carn Mor Dearg Arete – 17.5km https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/fortwilliam/carnmordeargarete.shtml
Backup Route – Tourist Track
Sunday Plan – Distillery or Ice Factor Kinlochleven?
Scafell Pike – England
As you can see, we are in the very early planning stages and will keep you all updated via the private group on Facebook. Any tips or suggestions on Scafell Pike let us know here! #RebelLife