Bristol Three Peaks

The Bristol Three Peaks challenge is a 16.5 mile circular route that includes three scenic peaks in the Bristol area. 

Although a challenging walk, it’s also an incredibly beautiful one with sights including the picturesque villages of Chew Magna and North Wick, the Pensford viaduct, and of course the rolling Somerset hills.

Whilst Three Peaks is normally associated with the three highest peaks in the UK, the last few months have helped us all appreciate how lucky we are to live in such a beautiful place with great access to the outdoors. The Bristol Three Peaks offers you a challenging, stunning walk with the benefit of not having to travel too far from home.

Three Peaks view

You decide when you want to do it to suit you throughout August to October, and you can choose to take on one, two or all three of the peaks. Bear in mind that, as with every great countryside hike, it only passes through small villages so there are no facilities along the way. We’ll provide you with a route map, plus the route has route markers all the way around so you’ll always know you’re on the right track. All you have to do is dig out your walking boots and start raising vital sponsorship to help support the Hospice!

Sign up

Registration for this event is £5 and includes a St Peter's Hospice tshirt or running vest for you to show your support on the route. Please help us by raising sponsorship for taking on the challenge. Here at the Hospice we're facing one of the most challenging times we've known. Every penny you raise will go towards helping us care for our patients and their loved ones when it matters most, now and in the future.

Please also take a few moments to read our Terms and Conditions for Bristol Three Peaks here

The Route

Route map for Bristol Three Peaks Route by Hayley Ali on plotaroute.com