Global Adventure Challenge

Global Adventure Challenge has an unprecedented amount of incredible challenges you could take part in to raise funds for animals in need. Whether you’re looking at a Snowdon Trek, Ben Nevis or doing something much more formidable by conquering 24 Peaks in 24 hours – there’s something to inspire your inner Bear Grylls.

Snowdon Trek

The trek that’s perfect for beginners! Over two days climb Wales’ highest mountain, covering 12 miles! On this challenge take in dramatic views of Anglesey.

You’ll follow the Pyg track to the summit, heading from the campsite to the top of Pen y Pass to ascend up with the Crib Goch towering above. With amazing views, this fully supported trek includes time for photos at the top, before a gradual descent along Miners Path. There is of course a celebratory meal at the campsite when you return!

For more information please go here, and if this challenge is for you, register here!

Ben Nevis Trek

Fancy taking on the highest mountain in Scotland, Wales, England and Ireland! With 9 miles to crush in one day, Ben Nevis is a test of stamina and determination but achievable by intermediate trekkers. Your trek starts with a hearty breakfast, then get straight into trails that zig zags through tough terrain and the landscape behind you inches away. The ascent itself takes 4 hours, then there’s a stop to drink in the marvellous views and have a well-deserved lunch. There’s plenty of time for photos before the 3 hour descent, what are you waiting for? Grab those walking boots & go!

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If you’d like to take on Ben Nevis, register here.

24 Peaks Challenge

24 Peaks in 24 hours is no mean feat and an extremely challenging trek! The Lake District is beautiful but you’ll need to steel yourself for a gruelling trek that is not for the faint hearted. If you want to take on this test of stamina for our animals you’re a true hero and have our total admiration and respect. On your first day you’ll take on 9 peaks with stunning views before having a well deserved dinner and drink, then on your second day of trekking there are 15 more peaks to go!

If you’d like to take on the 24 Peaks Challenge we salute you! Please find more information here and register here.