Button saying This incredible challenge includes trekking, biking and kayaking in the stunning Lake District National Park. Starting with cycling a tough bike section up the hill and into Grizedale Forest, one of the Lake District’s most famous mountain biking locations. This is then followed by an 11km trek to the summit of the Old Man of Coniston, standing tall at 803m. Finally you will take on a circular kayaking loop on Coniston Water to complete your challenge!

Special offer - 10% off your registration fee until Friday 31st Jan. Click here to sign up

Difficulty: Challenging
Registration fee: £75
Fundraising target: £395


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By taking part in the Lake District Triple Challenge for SeeAbility you’ll benefit from:

  • A branded t-shirt
  • Dedicated support from SeeAbility’s Event Team
  • A fundraising pack with tips and ideas, as well as materials
  • The hire of all bikes, kayaks and safety equipment included in the challenge
  • One night accommodation at YHA Coniston Holly How
  • Breakfast before the challenge
  • Snacks, Packed Lunch and Drinks
  • The achievement of knowing that as part of Team SeeAbility you have helped to support people with autism and learning disabilities, many of whom have sight loss


Already have a place?

If you have your own place in the Lake District Triple Challenge you can still be part of the SeeAbility team and receive all of the benefits above, without committing to a minimum fundraising target. Get started by clicking here to set up your online fundraising page.



For any queries about this event please email [email protected] or call 01372 755041.