Have you ever had an opportunity to see the beautiful Jurassic Coast – seascapes, fossils, limestone arches and all – first-hand?
Whether you have or not, now’s your chance to hike 26 brilliant miles of it in aid of Wellbeing of Women.
On 5-7 June 2020, you can travel across one of the most geologically diverse coastlines in the world to help us raise funds for vital medical research into treating gynaecological cancers, endometriosis, pregnancy complications and more.
England’s first UNESCO-designated natural World Heritage Site features rocks that record 185 million years of the Earth’s history, a rich history of mining, shipwrecks and smuggling, and its iconic natural limestone arch Durdle Door.
Consisting of steep ascents and descents on the English coastline, the two-day challenge is sure to prove both challenging and hugely rewarding.
The registration fee is £65 per person, payable on signing up, and is non refundable – while each sponsorship pledge for Wellbeing of Women is £600 per person.
In preparation for the challenge, these fees include fundraising and training support, a discount code at independent outdoor retailers Joe Brown’s and The Climbers Shop and athletic-wear brand ashmei.
During the challenge, you’ll get two nights’ hostel accommodation in a dorm share, qualified mountain leaders to guide you, meals, back-up support (including first aid) and safety and risk management.
Transfers to and from the trek starting and finishing from Lulworth Cove YHA are also provided, so you can save your energy for the trek itself.
To register your interest, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Adventure Ewe’s website for more information, including a full itinerary, or book directly here.
See you there!