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This is your opportunity to take part in one of over 100 adventurous challenges around the world, have the experience of a lifetime and raise additional funds to support our work.
Choose from treks, bike rides, mountain climbs, skydives and more. The challenges last from one day to 18 days, have three levels of difficulty (challenging, tough and extreme), and take place in more than 30 countries worldwide. If you don’t think you are ready for a challenge yet, sign up now for a challenge next year which will give you plenty of time to train and get fundraising.
Why not encourage your friends to join your challenge and become one of our ‘Challenge Champions’?
Have a look at our online brochure for dates, prices and details of how to book. Contact the Fundraising Team for an informal chat about how we can support you in raising the sponsorship for your chosen trip.
Here are just some of the great challenges you could go on.
Who knows who you might meet on this trek – Gary Barlow, Cheryl Cole, Chris Moyles and Fearne Cotton have all climbed Mount Kilimanjaro for charity.
At 5,895m, Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the largest volcanoes ever to break through the Earth's crust. Your challenge is to reach its summit.
Alexandra Burke, Fearne Cotton, Denise Van Outen, Gabriella Cilmi and Total Wipeout's presenter Amanda Byram undertook this amazing charity challenge. You can do it for charity too, with this unique opportunity to explore the hidden world of the Incas whilst raising money for Brain Tumour UK.
Explore the unspoilt trails through the Peruvian mountains up to this iconic site. At around 2520m above sea level, this offers a level of challenge for any potential adventurer.
The Great Wall of China is an unforgettable adventure, with breathtaking mountain landscapes and majestic watchtowers.
Or perhaps you fancy trekking, rafting, kayaking and even riding an elephant through the forests and mountains of Thung Yai Nareusan Wildlife Sanctuary in Thailand.