Snowdon Triple Challenge 2020


Snowdonia National Park

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You may have heard that this event has been postponed. You should hear from the race organiser and we'll also get in touch to discuss your options. Whatever you decide, there's always a place for you with #TeamNSPCC. We're grateful for all your hard work training and fundraising – it's only with the help of people like you we're able to protect children today and prevent abuse tomorrow.

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Hike, bike, and kayak your way through Snowdonia National Park

Join TeamNSPCC on September 11 - 12 for the Snowdon Triple Challenge, an exciting challenge that'll push you to your limits. Climb Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, cycle 10 miles and kayak 1.5 miles - all in one day!

Why take part?

  • You'll get your own NSPCC technical top to wear on the day.
  • We'll have a finish line celebration with bubbly and a medal.
  • All kayaking equipment and instruction is provided.
  • Receive top class training support from our professional coaches. 
  • You'll be doing something amazing for children.

A child contacts Childline every 25 seconds, and it costs £4 to answer their call. By raising £440 you could pay for up to 110 children to get the help and support they need from our Childline counsellors.

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Registration is £49 and we ask that you raise a minimum of £440 to support our work.

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Challenge information

This challenge is run by Charity Challenge. It's a tough day, with 9 full hours of hiking, cycling, and kayaking. It is suitable for all fitness levels, but we highly recommend training and having a good base level of fitness. 

In order to take part in this event, you should aim to raise 80% of your fundraising target (£350) by 17 July. If you do not reach this, we may not be able to pay for your place.

Bike hire is not included in this event. You're welcome to bring your own bike (road or hybrid bikes are recommended) or you can hire one through Charity Challenge for £25. 

Accommodation on Friday night and breakfast and lunch on Saturday are included. 

"I couldn't ask for a better day! It was tougher than I expected but I had so much fun and felt such a sense of achievement crossing the finish line. "
NSPCC participant

Personalised training from Full Potential

Our expert trainers Full Potential are with you every step of the way on your journey.

  • A plan to get you ready that's tailored to your experience, level of fitness and goals
  • Real coaches that you can email or call to get advice or reassurance that your training is going well
  • Training days where you come together with coaches and other participants
  • NSPCC Facebook to help you keep in touch with your team mates.

Get started today with our dedicated challenge training zone.You'll find everything from injury prevention to nutrition advice.

Two women and a man training

"Full Potential were extremely helpful, always responding quickly to emails and were very encouraging! The training event was excellent."
NSPCC event participant

Fundraising ideas

GIF with Ready Steady Go flashingWe're here to help you with your fundraising. Every year people just like you raise hundreds, or even thousands, of pounds. Here's our handy guide to how you might reach your target (and have fun at the same time!)

  • A film night - £100
    Whether it's a retro classic or so bad it's good, get a space, some popcorn and invite people to a cosy film night. Ask them to pay what they would in a cinema.
  • Sweepstake - £100
    Who'll win the grand national? How many sweets are in the jar? Set up a sweepstake and watch the money roll in.
  • Dinner party - £150
    Wine and dine your friends and family by inviting them to your home for a dinner party. Ask them to pay what they would in a restaurant.


Email us on with any questions or for any further information. We're here to support 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.


Your donation could go towards Childline or it could help us fund services such as NSPCC's therapeutic services and Speak Out Stay Safe service. Donations are distributed based on need.