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Everyday 10in10 Challenge

The Everyday 10in10 Challenge can be held any day of the year!

This means you and your team can complete one of our routes at your convenience. You can work the challenge into a weekend away or a family holiday in the Lake District at any time of year.

All we ask is that you register your attempt, raise some money for the MS Society and we’ll reward you with a 10in10 Buff to wear with pride.  Once you register your attempt we will send you the relevant route guide and a fundraising pack.  This Challenge is unsupported.  There will be no marshals on the fells as with the Annual Event.


You have a choice of three routes:

Buttermere

Distance: 23.4 km / 14.5 miles
Start/Finish: The Bridge Hotel, Buttermere

Dodd, Red Pike, High Stile, High Crag, Seat, Haystacks, Dale Head, Hindscarth, Robinson, High Snockrigg.

Everyday 10in10 Challenge

Everyday 10in10 Challenge


Borrowdale

Distance: 25 km / 15.95 miles
Start/Finish: Scafell Hotel, Borrowdale

Castle Crag, High Spy, Dale Head, Grey Knotts, Brandreth, Green Gable, Seathwaite Fell, Allen Crags, Glaramara, Thorneythwaite Fell.

Everyday 10in10 Challenge

Everyday 10in10 Challenge


Newlands

Distance: 26km / 16.1 miles
Start/Finish: Swinside Inn, Newlands Valley

Maiden Moor, High Spy, Dale Head, Robinson, High Snockrigg, Whiteless Pike, Wandope, Crag Hill, Sail, Causey Pike

Everyday 10in10 Challenge

Everyday 10in10 Challenge


The 10in10 Challenge is for experienced fell-walkers who are also competent navigators. We will provide the necessary map/gpx file for guidance, but ultimately the responsibility for safely negotiating these walks lies with you. If you are unsure of your abilities to navigate safely on the fells in bad weather, please consider going with a guide.

We can recommend Mike Norbury of Keswick Mountain Adventures. Please contact Mike direct.


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Who We Are

Who We Are

The annual 10in10 challenge was designed and created by Yvonne Booth in 2011. It was her response to her husband Duncan's diagnosis with Multiple Sclerosis in 2010 at the age of 39. As a wife and mother of three sons, she wanted to do something positive and help raise money for research into this cruel illness. find out more →

The photography on this web site is provided by Steve Razzetti

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