Upcoming Challenges

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4th August 2015  to  31st December 2016

FUND RAISING APPROVALS ARE IN PLACE for all upcoming challenges! (United Arab Emirates)

Fund raising approvals are in place so why not pick your favourite challenge and start preparing for another adventure!

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  • 2nd  to  9th December 2016

    The Musandam Challenge 2016  (Oman)

    Multi activity challenge, hiking , kayaking and cycling. Challengers pass through some of the most scenic routes through the Musandam Peninsula, from Khasab to Dibba.

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  • 9th  to  18th February 2017

    The Great Asian Cycling Challenge 2017  (Viet Nam)

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  • 21st  to  29th April 2017

    The Annapurna Base Camp 2017  (Nepal)

    An extremely demanding, 9-day trek reaching 4,130m. The funds raised through the Annapurna Base Camp 2017 are being donated to the charity Mission Himalaya Children's Eco Farm Home in Nepal. More details to come soon.

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  • 19th  to  26th May 2017

    The Wild Wall Challenge 2017  (China)

    Hike along some of the most remote and spectacular sections of the Great Wall of China, staying in small local hotels and home-stays along the way, to help blind and visually impaired Chinese orphans

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  • 7th  to  14th July 2017

    The Wilds of Borneo Challenge 2017  (Malaysia)

    This will be the third time we've done this exciting challenge to kayak in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, cycle around the Sabah Tea plantation, bamboo raft in the Kuilu River and hike to the summit of Mount Kinabalu (4,095m/13,435ft).

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