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Hadrian's Wall Trek

Hadrian's Wall Trek

About the Hadrian's Wall Trek

Duration: 3 days
Distance: Approximately 25 Miles
Challenge level: Tough

 

Payment options: 

Option A. Sponsorship
Non refundable deposit of £75, minimum sponsorship £510(80% of minimum sponsorship due 10 weeks before challenge)

Option B. Self-funding
Non refundable deposit of £75,self funding payment of £255(due 10 weeks before challenge) plus any additional funds raised. 

Imagine feeling alone and isolated, with no one to talk to day after day. This is the harsh reality for many older people in Scotland today.

Help us change that by discovering the fascinating ruins of ancient Roman forts and settlements built over 2000 years ago. You will experience histroy every step of the way. 

You will follow the footsteps of the Roman legions on this weekend trekking challenge as you trek from Lanercost to Brocolitia. The 25 mile trek will take you along the most remarkable Roman monument in the country, Hadrian's Wall. The route encompasses breathtaking views and fascinating ruins with the picturesque Northumberland countryside providing stunning backdrops from start to finish. Can you conquer this classic trek? 

Who can take part: This cycle is suitable for all abilities, the minimum age is 18 years although 14-17 year olds can take part if they are accompanied by a parent or guardian. It is recommended have a relatively good cardiovascular fitness. 

How to sign up: Click the date below to sign up through the organiser.

25 - 27 June 2021

For more information, please click here to view the event brochure. 

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Call the fundraising team on 0333 323 2400 (lines are open Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm) or email fundraising@agescotland.org.uk

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