Date and time
Friday 22 March 2024 5:30pm - 12am
Guisborough Forest Walkway and Visitor Centre
We ask you to raise £100
Are you scared of the dark?
Explore our region under the stars as you tackle 4 of the iconic peaks of our region as you’ve never seen them before.
You’ll enjoy a stunning 13.1 mile guided night walk, exploring the beauty of Roseberry Topping, Captain Cook’s Monument, Codhill Heights and Highcliff Nab with only your headtorches to show you the way!
This is the ultimate walking experience for thrill seekers and night owls. You’ll create unforgettable memories as you marvel at the beauty of the night sky!
There are very limited places for this event, so don’t hesitate, sign up today and secure your spot!Book your place
Explore the darkness
When you purchase your place, we’ll send you a free GNAAS t-shirt as thank you so you can wear it on the day! You will be given a list of the mandatory equipment you need to safely take part in the event, including a headtorch and waterproofs.
We’re asking you to raise £100 in sponsorship. This sponsorship will help us continue our mission to provide pre-hospital care to the region you will be crossing!
We’ll send you all the information you need to start your fundraising and to prepare for the challenge, look out for emails from us as well as your fundraising pack which will include everything you need to know about this challenge.I'm in!
Cleveland 4 Peaks FAQ
This is a long walk, with some challenging steep sections, with the added challenge of the dark. With this in mind you must be 14+ to complete the walk! Under 18s must be accompanied by a paying adult or legal guardian.
We can’t predict the weather, so let’s hope for the best but prepare for all scenarios! Lots of layers allow you to find a comfortable temperature throughout the walk; a technical top, fleece, and lightweight waterproof are good go-to items. Anything reflective would be recommended to ensure you’re as visible as possible.
Most importantly, make sure you have some sensible footwear – a pair of walking shoes you’re worn comfortably before, with good grip to tackle the terrain.
No. You must bring your own headtorch. You will not be allowed to complete the challenge without this. Please also bring back up batteries
This is a 13.1 mile route and while there isn’t a time limit, it is expected that participants will maintain a reasonable pace and should expect to complete the route in around 6 hours.
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