7 August 2022
Guisborough Forest Walkway and Visitor Centre
We ask you to raise £100
The rumpled silhouette of the Cleveland hills shapes the horizon for much of the Tees Valley.
This guided 13-mile loop takes you on a tour of the four highest peaks: Roseberry Topping, Captain Cook’s Monument, Codhill Heights and Highcliff Nab.
This challenge is suitable for anyone with a reasonable level of fitness, who can also complete the 13-mile loop within 8 hours.Join the walk
When you sign up
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!
We’re asking you to raise £100 in sponsorship. This sponsorship will go towards allowing us to continue our life-saving work across the region you’ll 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 a kit list, which will have everything you’ll need to take with you!Start fundraising
Cleveland 4 Peaks FAQs
Yes – in fact, they’re encouraged! As long as your four-legged friend can comfortably go this distance, they’re more than welcome to join the walk. Please remember to bring their water and nutrition.
You have eight hours to complete your walk. For most, this is an easily achievable pace. The average time to complete the route is six hours, including a stop for lunch.
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.
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.
Green fields, moody moorland and ancient woods are waiting to be explored along the Cleveland Four Peaks path. The trails are well-established, with some steep climbs and downhill sections. If there has been rain some sections will be muddy, so please wear hiking boots or shoes.
Families are welcome, and the walk can make a great day out! However, this is a long walk, with some challenging steep sections. It is not recommended for children under the age of eight. Under 16s must be accompanied by a paying adult.