Walk around the well-known London areas , from Old Kent Road to Mayfair, Kings Cross Station to Whitehall. En route you take in many of London’s world-famous sights including Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, the London Eye and the Tower of London . This is an enjoyable and rewarding way to explore our capital city, but be prepared for a long, tough one-day event!
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.
The Yorkshire Three Peaks, in the Yorkshire Dales, represents a challenge for the keenest of walkers. To scale three mountains in one day is no mean feat – to do it overnight provides an exhilarating and demanding challenge which will provide an unforgettable sense of achievement!
This is an extremely arduous 100km endurance trek over the rolling hills and high ridges of the scenic South Downs. You walk some steep ups and downs, before coming to the spectacular final stretch over the famous white chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters. You finish on the highest chalk sea cliff in England – the beautiful headland of Beachy Head, near Eastbourne. You’ll be incredibly happy to see it!
-One of the ‘Seven Summits’, Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is the highest freestanding mountain in the world. Its summit rises high above the dusty plains and huge permanent glaciers flow down from its peaks; these views are the reward for pushing your limits both physically and mentally.
-The trek takes the Machame route allowing gradual acclimatisation and an excellent chance of reaching the summit. During the six days on the mountain you will pass through thick forest, moorland and scree enroute to the highest point, Uhuru Peak.