Every corner of the United Kingdom has beautiful countryside, and the National Three Peaks Challenge allows participants to see some of the best panoramic landscapes around.
The National Three Peaks Challenge consists of scaling the three tallest peaks in England, Scotland and Wales; Scafell Pike (978m), Ben Nevis (1,344m) and Snowdon (1,085m). Usually the challenge is to complete all three in 24 hours, driving the distance between each peak… but one man decided to go one better.
Drew Collins hiked the whole thing – all 407 miles of it – taking 24 days rather than 24 hours. At the point most people would jump in the car and drive to the next mountain, he kept walking. Collins documented his journey along the way, and the results are spectacular.