Scafell Pike UK Trek 2018
Could you take on England’s highest mountain? By climbing Scafell Pike you’ll help us care for people living with a terminal illness and their families.
Sitting proudly above every other peak in the Lake District, expect incredible views as you ascend to Scafell Pike’s peak.
You’ll be taking on one of the toughest mountain challenges in England, covering nine miles. After completing the trek, grab your medal, refuel and celebrate with the Marie Curie team.
Is this trek for me?
Terrain and weather conditions on Scafell Pike can be demanding, so this trek is most suited to experienced hill/mountain walkers.
A team of experienced mountain guides will be with you every step of the way. You’ll need a good level of fitness with prior training to take part in this challenge. Training tips will be provided.
Supporting people living with a terminal illness
In 2017 our UK treks raised over £240,000. Every trekker helps us give people living with a terminal illness the care they need. So they can make the most of their last days with those they love.
Why trek for Marie Curie?
By taking on this challenge for Marie Curie you’ll help us care for more people living with a terminal illness. When you join us you’ll get:
- training hints and tips to get you ready for the big challenge
- loads of fundraising ideas in your welcome pack
- a brightly coloured Marie Curie trekking T-shirt
- a finisher’s medal and refreshments
- professional mountain guides and check points along the route
- a chance to experience some of the UKs most beautiful scenery.
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