Join RNIB to trek the spectacular and dramatic landscapes of the South Downs for a guaranteed unforgettable experience and epic sense of achievement.
From Firle Beacon with its stunning views, we'll be put to the test with the undulating terrain of the Seven Sisters Country Park, and visit the 'must-see' village of Alfriston.
Enjoying riverside scenery we eventually reach Cuckmere Haven, where the river meets the English Channel.
The route covers the most incredible stretch of cliffs tops before finishing on top of the magnificent headland of Beachy Head, the highest chalk sea cliff in England, and home to the Belle Tout Lighthouse.
"What an amazing experience! The views were stunning, my fellow trekkers were so happy and friendly, and it was brilliantly organised. So glad I took on this challenge" Lisa 2018
All walkers can go at their own pace so whether you're going for a target-time or soaking up the sights, sounds and smells - go for it!
This one-day challenge has a low registration fee and low sponsorship target meaning it's super-easy to get involved! You're free to organise your own accommodation if needed.
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Helping blind and partially sighted people break down the barriers of sight loss.
In the UK 250 people begin to lose their sight every day. RNIB offers help to blind and partially sighted people - practical, emotional, campaigning and reading services - with the aim of inspiring them to realise their potential.
Of money you raise £15 can help produce a book in braille for a child or £50 can help train a new sight loss adviser to provide much needed support.
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