About the challenge
Dates: 11-13 May & 7-9 September 2018
Duration: 3 days
Costs: Registration fee £75, fundraising target: £550
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.
About the organisers
Discover Adventure specialises in worldwide cycling and trekking, with charity fundraising at its heart. Behind their challenging and often life-changing trips is a dedicated team of friendly staff and experienced leaders: people who are passionate about the outdoors and exploring the world, and get a buzz from helping others push their limits and achieve goals.
Founded in 1994, they provide safe, fun, adventurous trips which offer extraordinary challenges to ordinary people, while providing a fundraising platform to positively change the lives of others.
Offering a wide range of trekking, cycling and multi-activity adventures worldwide for hundreds of charities, Discover Adventure have enabled thousands of people to experience unforgettable achievements, while collectively raising over £85 million for worthwhile causes.