Cancer Research UK Race for Life Hikes

We are delighted to be supporting  Cancer Research UK by advertising hikes organised by them to raise money alongside their Race For Life campaign.Take on a new challenge at Race for Life Hike in 2018!

If you love walking in the great outdoors then this is the event for you.
Take on 20 to 26 miles of stunning countryside.
Walk alongside hundreds of other strong women.
Raise valuable funds for research.
THIS IS BEATING CANCER!

Please see below for detailed information:

Hadrian’s Wall Hike

Date: Saturday 9 Jun 2018

Time: 06:30

Women: £30.00
Young Women: £30.00
Females must be at least 16 years old on the day of their Hiking Event in order to take part.

Venue: Lanercost Priory, Nr Brampton, Cumbria, CA8 2HQ

Take on this challenging and technical hike along the Hadrian’s Wall Path, starting at the ancient remains of Brocolitia Fort and finishing at the stunning Lanercost Priory. The route takes in iconic sections of the wall, including Sycamore Gap, with breathtaking views across the Northumberland Country Park throughout. Walking poles are definitely recommended as the route is steep and rocky in places, ensuring a huge sense of achievement is guaranteed! Distance approx 22.7 miles

Sign up now at www.raceforlife.org

Lake District Hike

Date: Saturday 19 May 2018

Time: 06:30

Women: £30.00
Young Women: £30.00
Females must be at least 16 years old on the day of their Hiking Event in order to take part.

Venue: Coniston Sports and Social Club, Shepherds Bridge Lane, Coniston, LA21 8AL

The hike starts at The Langholm Estate, South West of Keswick on the banks of Lake Derwent. This dramatic location is surrounded by incredible views of the best loved Lakeland fells. From here the route joins directly onto the Cumbria Way, one of Britain’s most popular long distance footpaths which passes through some of the Lake District’s most famous and spectacular scenery. This takes us through Langdale and Borrowdale valleys and approx 10 miles over the stunningly wild Stake Pass which climbs to just over 1,500 ft. The views either side of this pass are breathtaking and well worth all the effort. The Cumbria Way continues along Lakeshope Paths, ancient lanes and paths at the bottom of steep sided valleys. Finally it takes us through little Langdale and into Coniston – our finish line.

This is a challenging event and is recommended for those with experience of long distance walking.

Sign up now at www.raceforlife.org


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