Upcoming Challenges

2016 revised schedule


4th August 2015  to  31st December 2016

Look at our revised 2016 Calendar (United Arab Emirates)

Important: Due to factors beyond our control, we have re-scheduled the upcoming 'The Great Asian Cycling Challenge' to November. Check our revised challenge calendar here. We hope this inspires you to pick your favourite one, and start preparing for another adventure. Explore the fantastic ...

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  • 15th  to  23rd April 2016

    Trek to the Kingdom of Himalaya, Bhutan 2016  (Bhutan)

    G4G's first adventure challenge where you will explore Bhutan – the Land of the Thunder Dragon. Trek through the spectacular and varied landscape, from temple sites to bustling towns, to its endless meadows, beautiful valleys and towering mountain ranges.

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  • 1st  to  9th July 2016

    Trek to the Roof of Africa 2016  (Tanzania, United Republic of)

    Kilimanjaro, one of the world's most challenging mountain hikes: trek through rainforests, meadows, moorlands, via mountain huts and up through 'The Saddle' before the final summit ascent to Uhuru Peak. Raise sponsorship to help impoverished street children in Tanzania.

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  • 11th  to  18th November 2016

    The Great Asian Cycling Challenge 2016  (Viet Nam)

    Do you know - In August 2015, Lonely Planet has declared Cambodia's magnificent UNESCO World-Heritage listed temple Angkor Wat to be the number one spot in a new guide to the world's best places to visit. The world leader in travel publishing proclaimed Cambodia's major draw card to be not just an ...

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  • 25th November  to  2nd 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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