London Marathon Walk


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2019 sees our cockney-themed 26.2 mile ‘marathon’ walk

(half-marathon option also available) which takes in famous

landmarks and lesser-known corners of the historic capital.

Our route takes us towards the church of St-Mary-le-Bow, centre of London's Cockney heritage, while having fun learning the old cockney rhyming slang (some of which you will have to figure out yourself as you go along!) This is a tough challenge and you can expect tired pins and plates of meat, but there’s plenty for you to have a butcher’s at along the way! With plenty of sights for your mince pies, it’ll be one of the most memorable things you do this year – you won’t Adam & Eve it!

So bubble and squeak to your china plates or your trouble – and even if you start out on your Jack Jones you’ll end up with plenty of new friends. Register online or just pick up the dog and bone


Ben Nevis Weekend Trek

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Ben Nevis (Gaelic translation ‘Mountain of Heaven’) itself

is the highest point in Scotland and the British Isles,


standing at the lofty height of 1343m (roughly 4000ft).

Fort William, on the southern edge of the Great Glen and

located on a sea loch, is our base for the weekend. This is a long, arduous uphill trek which will provide you with a wonderful sense of achievement when you reflect on what you have done.

Cornish Coastal Challenge

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This beautiful weekend trek follows the dramatic coastline

of North Cornwall. The landscapes are spectacular, with

rugged cliffs, hidden coves and old fishing villages forming

a beautiful backdrop to the blue sea. 

Starting at Haryln Bay, west of Padstow, we walk for 24 hilly miles to St Agnes – a challenging distance considering the terrain. We pass the well-known beach stacks of Bedruthan Steps, as well as old reminders of Cornwall’s mining heritage, while Poldark fans will recognise some key filming locations, such as Holywell Bay, with the much-filmed Gull Rocks off-shore.

This is a tough weekend challenge, but a spectacular and inspiring experience which will give you an unforgettable sense of achievement.


Jurassic Coast Weekend

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Stretching 95 miles between Old Harry Rocks in Dorset,

to Orcombe Point in East Devon, the Jurassic Coast –

England’s first Natural World Heritage Site – is the most

geologically diverse coastline in the world. The exposed

cliff sections allow you to look back through 185 million

years of time; dinosaur remains have been found here,


and it’s a fossil-hunter’s paradise. With a more recent history of mining, shipwrecks and smuggling, this is a fascinating stretch of coastline. We take in some of its most spectacular scenery, from the renowned natural stone archway of Durdle Door to the beautiful circular Lulworth Cove, as we continually climb and descend the steep hills of the Jurassic Coast. We camp at a lovely campsite a short distance from our route.

Land's End to

John O'Groats Cycle

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Cycle please click here or further

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Cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats, the furthest

possible distance in the British Isles, is a classic challenge

that many dream of. Starting at Land’s End on the

south-westerly tip of England, we pedal our way through

Cornwall, over Dartmoor and north along the Welsh border, skirting the Lake District into Scotland, via lochs and the Highlands to the North Coast and John O’Groats. In all we will cover roughly 1000 miles, passing through some of the most stunning and remote countryside in the British Isles. This is a tough challenge but a fabulous way to see the country, and one of the most rewarding things you will ever do!

Snowdon by Night

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Snowdonia National Park in North Wales is synonymous

with beautiful, rugged landscapes and wonderful trekking

and outdoor pursuits. The highest mountain in Wales at

1085m, its Welsh name is Yr Wyddfa, reputedly the burial

place of a mythical giant. A popular summit trek by

day-time, it forms a real challenge by night.


Standing at the summit by moonlight will be an unforgettable experience, as will seeing the sunrise from the mountain slopes. As we descend, we will be able to see the spectacular landscapes open up before us as the day grows lighter. We celebrate our huge achievement with a slap-up breakfast!

Yorkshire Three

Peaks Weekend

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This region was shaped by glaciers many thousands of

years ago, and there are plenty of geological landmarks, 

striking limestone outcrops and unusual rock

formations – to pique our interest as we walk. We will

also see the famous Ribblehead Viaduct enroute, part of the scenic Settle to Carlisle railway line. This is an extremely tough event over hilly landscapes; at 24 miles it forms an enormous challenge for walkers.

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