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MyMiniMap Challenge Series

MiniMaps for the National and Yorkshire Three Peak Challenges

MyMiniMap Challenge Series

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The Minimap Challenge series is designed for those wanting to take their adventures to the next level and really push themselves. These 2 Three Peak Challenges are designed to be done in a limited time-frame adding a whole new level of adrenaline to an already demanding set of ascents.

Composed from all weather paper to endure the tempestuous British weather. Each map folds down to a practical A6 size but opens up to expose a very accessible A3 sized map (so no magnifying glass is needed). Minimap is partnered with Ordnance Survey to provide the most accurate data available.

Each Challenge series comes with its own little pack with includes the 3 area maps, a space to record your dynamic ascents and a wallet size route card with need to know information. 

Key features
  • Made from all Weather laser copier paper
  • Ground coverage of 7 x 6.25 km using Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 Scale Mapping
Vital stats

Open: 420 x 297 mm
Folded: 148 x105 mm

Origin: United Kingdom

The National Three Peak Challenge involves ascending the three highest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales within 24 hours.

Ben Nevis is the highest of the 3 peaks (1344 m high and 10.5 miles long) starting from Glen Nevis. The Loch (Lochan Meall an t-Siudhe) marks the half way point.

Scafell Pike (978 m high and 6 miles long) and this Minimap covers the path that begins at Wasdale Head car park.

Snowdon (1085 m high and 7 miles long) and this map follows the popular Pyg track or Miners Track which leaves from the Pen-y-Pass car park.

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge is a famous route which involves scaling the three highest peaks in Yorkshire, within 12 hours.

Pen-y-Ghent is the first peak to be ascended (694 m) and is traditionally started from the Horton-in-Ribblesdale train station.

Whernside (736 m) From Pen-y-Ghent, follow the path to the side of the viaduct. Continue North towards the peak of Whernside.

Ingleborough (723 m) summit beholds some fantastic views of the Dales and even the hills of the Lake District on a clear day.

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