RockRiver Expeditions will work with you to understand your business goals and will tailor your challenge accordingly.
Encourage team building, morale and motivation. Improve physical fitness and mental health of your teams
Strengthen relationships with stakeholders at every level both internally and externally
Bring your brand story to life through the actions of your people as they live the values of your business
What we provide
- Challenges for businesses of all sizes – we will work with you to understand your business goals and your teams’ level of experience and fitness in order to identify the challenge that’s right for you
- Full itinerary
- Training plans, including training days or weekends for larger challenges, if required
- Equipment list
- Opportunity for face to face Q&A session with your team (or via video link if required)
- Operating within Covid-19 Health & Safety Guidelines – this may mean smaller group sizes, staggered starts and flexibility around dates booked if restrictions change
SNAPPY Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge
“Thank you so much for making our Three Yorkshire Peaks Challenge for SNAPPY such an amazing experience. You guys were very supportive and provided great motivation. Once again thanks for being brilliant” Angela, Yorkshire Three Peaks
With 1586m of steep climbs and descents, this exhilarating 24 mile trek will challenge you physically and give you a real sense of achievement. Many try to complete this challenge in less than 12 hours.
Take on the three highest peaks in the United Kingdom. Starting in Scotland with Ben Nevis before moving on to Scafell Pike in England before finishing with Snowdon in Wales, attempting to climb all three summits in 24 hours.
In the heart of the Cairngorms lies the Lairig Ghru pass, either side of the pass rise two great plateaus. These plateaus are home to five of the eight highest summits in Scotland, all above 4000 feet.
Take on the three highest peaks in the United Kingdom. Starting in Scotland with Ben Nevis before moving on to Scafell Pike in England before finishing with Snowdon in Wales, climbing the three summits over a more leisurely 3 days.