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TrekFest 2015 is going to be amazing! The challenges take place in two stunning UK locations, The Brecon Beacons and The Peak District.
TrekFest has something for beginners and for those seasoned trekkers – it’s a life changing experience that will uncover strengths that you never knew you had.
RNC’s fitness instructors are available to help you plan your training and kick start 2015 with a bang! You can register to complete 54 miles in 24 hours, 27/29 miles in 12 hours or 13 miles in 6 hours. Just click on the links below to sign up, and we will be in touch to help you get fit and ready in time. Open to individuals and teams of up to six.
UK Trekking Challenges
A 25 mile trek in one weekend along this epic Roman construction. Stunning backdrop and fascinating history.
24 Peak Challenge
A tough challenge in a stunning location – summit 24 Peaks of the Lake District in 24 hours.
Trek to the top of Britain! A fantastic weekend challenge in the heart of Scotland’s Western Highlands to the highest point in the British Isles.
One of Britain’s best kept secrets – this spectacular trek takes in 25 miles of the rugged coast of Wales from Solva to Trefin.
An exciting 30km challenging trek taking place in the spookiest of wooded locations. It’s going to be one HELL of a challenge! Forest of Dean, Epping Forest or Sherwood Forest.
TrekFest is more than an endurance challenge… it’s an adventure; it’s a journey, it’s life-changing. Open to individuals and teams of up to six. Choose from 3 routes – 13 miles, 27/29 miles or 54 miles, and two locations – The Brecon Beacons or The Peak District! More details on the TrekFest page.
UK Cycling Challenges
C2C – Coast to Coast
The classic British cycle route from Whitehaven to Tynemouth. Ride 136 miles in three days through some of the best scenery Britain has to offer.
Land’s End to John O’Groats
Pedal 1000 miles, end to end, on this classic challenge from Land’s End to John O’Groats.