A spectacular new challenge high above Loch Ness. Walk or run along the stunning forests, moorlands & hills of the Great Glen Way.
One of Scotland's most famous long distance walks will take you along stunning forests, moorlands and hills high above the magical shores of Loch Ness. Whether you walk or run, you'll follow the route of the Caledonian Canal, considered to be one of the world's greatest waterways.
Whether you choose either a 14, 21, or 32 mile route, you'll cover a variety of terrains including forestry tracks, roads and paths with steep climbs and descents on all routes.
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Pay the sign-up fee to secure your place on the challenge.
Pay the challenge costs yourself.
Commit to fundraising this amount for Parkinson's UK.
Costs vary depending on distance and whether you want to fundraise or not. Bronze 14 miles: £35 entry + raise £100. Or £90 entry with no fundraising target.
Silver 21 miles: £45 entry + raise £200. Or £110 entry with no fundraising target.
Gold 32 miles: £60 entry + raise £325. Or £140 entry with no fundraising target.
This is your chance to do something amazing and support a fantastic cause - don't let the fundraising put you off! The Parkinson's UK team are great at helping people fundraise and you're going to have heaps of fun in the process.
Get in touch with them now to find out more and secure your place in the challenge.
We’re the Parkinson’s support and research charity. Help us find a cure and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson’s.
Around one UK adult in every 350 is diagnosed with Parkinson's, a progressive brain condition that can affect movement, sleep, memory and mental health.
Parkinson's UK funds ground-breaking research into a cure and new treatments, campaigns for better awareness and provides support to people affected by Parkinson's.
You can help raise funds where £20 funds an hour of specialist nursing care, £48 funds a clinical researcher for two hours or £140 pays for ten helpline advisers to provide advice and information.
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