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 Challenge & Overseas Events

For the more adventurous fundraiser we offer a range of exciting Challenge Events in the UK & overseas 

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Tough Mudder 2016

Tough Mudder: London (multiple sites), South West, Midlands, Yorkshire, North West, Scotland

Mud, mud, glorious mud! Want to be like these guys enjoying the great soothing properties mud has to offer? Of course you do!

Don’t just wait by the kettle. Prove your mettle and triumph over fire, water, electricity and daunting heights in a tremendous team atmosphere - all while raising money for the Dystonia Society.

Take part solo or as part of a team along unparalleled obstacle courses that have taken the world by storm; traversing grueling challenges like underwater tunnels, electric shocks, the Liberator, Cry Baby, Kiss of Mud and many more treacherous  trials the Tough Mudder people have concocted.

We’ve nearly given out all our places so sign up now before it’s too late!


Take a look here  and get in touch with us if you think you’re tough enough? 



The Great Glencoe Challenge 2nd July 2016 - Glencoe, Scotland
Glencoe Challenge

Technically termed as a ‘Trekathon’ – this challenge really is quite a trek with 26.2 miles worth of glorious Glencoe scenery that takes you right to the foot of Ben Nevis; a feat that even Seb Coe would be proud of.

Take on Scotland’s toughest trek this summer and triumph over the 4500ft ascent as well as the perilous ‘Devil’s Staircase’ all in under 12 hours. If you’re still fighting fit by the end of it you also have the chance to conquer the mighty Ben Nevis itself.

Ptarmigan Events have over 14+ years of experience organising outdoor challenge events so you’ll be in safe hands. They also promise “mud, sweat & beers” so that should allay any fears. 

Please visit their website for registration details and top tips for taking part:


Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge
Yorkshire 3 Peaks

The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge takes on the mighty peaks of Pen-y-ghent (691 metres), Whernside (728 metres) and Ingleborough (723 metres); forming part of the Pennine range and encircling the head of the valley of the River Ribble in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

This is a fantastic challenge for groups and teams and you’ll no doubt return with tons of tales of your time in the Dales!

Please take a peak at their website for dates and availability:


Alps Mont Blanc Trek 15th-19th June and 7th-11th September


This awe-inspiring charity trek covers 65km through the gorgeous Mont Blanc region of the Alps.  Only five days in total, this challenge is ideal for those with less time to take away from home. You will trek through 3 countries in 3 days and experience the beauty that lies within the Alps mountain range, all just under 2 hours away from the UK!

This trek will certainly be tough, after all, you do have a mountain to climb. But the pleasure of seeing some of the most spectacular views Europe has to offer - from stunning cliffs, to gorgeous waterfalls running from glaciers - will make it all worthwhile.



Great Wall of China 2016 7th-15th May and 15th-23rd October


Step up to the challenge and don’t miss this chance to behold a true wonder of the world!

Stretching for 6,000km, snaking its way across mountains, valleys and zig zagging its way across China - the justifiably world renowned Great Wall is one of the best charity treks out there. Over 5 days you will get to travel along the historic battlements and continue well off the tourist trail to achieve the perfect backdrop to your fundraising trek. You’ll also get the opportunity to become a part of history as each member of the group will have the chance to place a brick on a newly restored section along the way. After the hard work is over there will be a celebratory dinner (the best Chinese food you’ve ever had) and you’ll also have some free time to explore Beijing, so you don’t miss out on the legendary Forbidden City!

Due to the amount of steps on the journey, the steepness and sheer scale of the Great Wall makes this a demanding charity challenge. However, with training and dedication there’s no reason not to step up to the challenge and behold a true wonder of the world.



Kilimanjaro Trek - 16 Jun 2016 - 26 Jun 2016 & 18 Aug 2016 - 28 Aug 2016
Eleanor Chadwick Kilimanjaro

Mt Kilimanjaro, the highest freestanding mountain in the world and also the highest mountain on the African continent at 5896m, is a magnet for trekkers and climbers the world over and one of the most impressive treks charity events can offer. Its snow-capped summit rises high above the dusty African plains; huge permanent glaciers flow down from the summit, spectacular views and beautiful ice formations are the reward for pushing your limits both physically and mentally on this, the mightiest of charity challenges.

This is a tough trek in the world of charity challenge events and takes us along the beautiful Machame route that approaches Kilimanjaro from the south, allowing gradual acclimatisation to the altitude and an excellent chance of reaching the summit. Our trek for charity takes us through dense tropical rainforest, moorland and scree until we reach Uhuru Peak, the highest point. This is one of the most challenging charity treks at altitude, climbing one of the most impressive mountains in the world for simply breathtaking views. A tough but spectacularly rewarding route. On reaching the summit you will feel a sense of overwhelming achievement, a truly unforgettable charity challenge.



Death Valley Cycle -12th-19th November 2016

Get ready for the ultimate cycle for charity! Death Valley National Park is located in the South California Desert in Nevada. Many people overlook the park due to the misguided belief that it is lifeless, but this 3.4 million acre park is not only the largest park in the USA, but arguably home to the most striking landscapes in the world. So join in on this incredible cycling challenge and get set to conquer 420km of Death Valley by bicycle! You’ll be dead tired by the end but it will all be worth it.

The Valley itself is 130 miles long, between 6 and 13 miles wide and is surrounded by steep and beautiful mountain ranges.

This cycling challenge will highlight the most dramatic and most interesting sights of the region. What’s more the route sees you finish in the bright lights of Las Vegas, where you get to celebrate your achievement.

If you’ve got what it takes to the survive Death Valley Cycling Challenge please visit the website below:



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