Could you navigate 13 of Dartmoor's wild and rugged tors? By taking on the challenge, you’ll help Marie Curie to continue providing care to people with terminal illnesses.
The wilds of Dartmoor are calling! As a team, couple or individual, navigate your way across 13 of Dartmoor's iconic tors, all in one day.
Some people will sign up by themselves and meet people on the challenge - so don't worry if you're on your own.
Once you've received your map and tor checkpoint card, you'll head out on a 13 tor adventure, exploring over 14 miles of Dartmoors rugged land of myth and legend and the inspiration for Sir Arthur Conan Doyles classic Hound of the Baskervilles.
Expert guides and volunteers will help keep you on track to make sure you navigate your way across the moors with ease.
From here you'll return to base where theres only one way to celebrate such an achievement in the heart of Devon, with a delicious and well earned traditional cream tea!
"Thoroughly enjoyed ourselves"
You’ll leave with stories to tell of your amazing adventure and the friends you made along the way, safe in the knowledge that you’ve helped Marie Curie offer vital care to people and families living with a terminal illness.
Team Marie Curie want you to look and feel the part when you’re exploring the great outdoors! You'll receive:
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This is your chance to do something amazing and support a fantastic cause - don't let the fundraising put you off! The Marie Curie 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.
Care and support through terminal illness.
Marie Curie provides around the clock support to people in the UK living with a terminal illness. Either in people's homes or in their hospices, nurses help patients achieve the best quality of life possible, managing pain and providing emotional support to the whole family.
Funds you raise can help them reach more people, £20 could pay for one hour or £180 could provide nine hours of nursing support through the night, for someone in the comfort of their own home bringing the expert care and comfort families need.
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