We invite you to join us as we retrace the steps of the Romans by trekking along the central section of Hadrian’s Wall.
Originally running from coast to coast and spanning 72m we are left today with only sections of this famous ancient landmark which cuts through Northumberland National Park.
Starting at Lanercost Priory, we trek for 25 miles alongside the only remaining sections of the wall, admiring ancient monuments, beautiful scenery and the skill of the Roman engineers who built this famous landmark, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
We camp at a lovely campsite just outside the small town of Haltwhistle.
This may only be a short challenge, but it's still tough and offers all the rewards of achievement! You may like to sign up on this as a training weekend for a longer overseas challenge, use it as a reunion with your friends from previous trips, or simply make the most of being able to take part in a beautiful trek for a good cause without having to take lots of time off work!
This is a closed (or bespoke) challenge which means to take part you must raise funds for the charity above - you cannot choose your own charity. The payment options are explained below.
Minimum sponsorship option
This option requires you to pay the above registration fee at the time of booking and pledge to raise a minimum amount of sponsorship for the above charity. The charity will then cover the full cost of the challenge out of the sponsorship you raise - full details are included in the challenge information pack.
Self funder option
This option is not available for this challenge.
Full details of all funding options are included in the challenge information pack we'll send you - just complete the request form.
This is a closed (or bespoke) challenge which means to take part you must raise funds for this charity - you cannot choose your own charity.
Great Ormond Street Hospital provides hundreds of children every day with inspirational and world-class care. But we face an incredible task – to raise a staggering £50 million each year to fund essential research, equipment and facilities. We rely on our supporters to help us give hope to the thousands of very ill children who need our care every year. With your help we are able to keep the magic alive for thousands of children and their families who need our help.
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