For St George Development Limited employees only. Join the team to take part in one of the most iconic trekking challenges in the UK, the National 3 Peaks. Summiting the 3 highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales covering 40kms of trekking and ascending 3,064 metres. This will be a challenge to remember in support of the Honeypot Children’s Charity.
Why just climb Snowdon when you can cycle around the base and kayak it’s stunning glacial formed lake all in one action filled day! Grab this opportunity to pit yourself against the spectacular landscape of Snowdonia National Park in this tough and exciting multi-activity challenge. The sense of achievement is huge as you conquer this 24.5 mile route of steep climbs, gruelling hills and paddle along one of the largest natural lakes in Wales in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Trek one of the world’s oldest pilgrimage routes. Explore mediaeval monasteries and unspoiled rural scenery. Visit The historic city of Santiago de Compostela. The Camino de Santiago de Compostela is one of the world’s oldest pilgrim routes; travellers have made their way across northern Spain to Santiago on ‘The Way of St James’ for over 1000 years.
Why not do something different in 2018? Climbing the 3 highest mountains in Scotland, England & Wales within 24 hours and help raise funds for the Brain and Spinal Injury Centre. The Three Peaks Challenge is definitely not to be underestimated and is a real test of endurance and stamina.
Test your pedal power and take part in this unique cycling challenge from Land’s End to Bristol. Starting at Land’s End, on the south westerly tip of England, we pedal our way through Cornwall, over Dartmoor, passing Cheddar Gorge and all the way to the stunning coastal city of Bristol.The Land’s End to Bristol route has been designed to illustrate just how far the catchment of Bristol Children’s Hospital reaches. Covering the whole of the South West, South Wales and beyond.
Join Team Prevent Breast Cancer this year for a brand new and exciting event, the Snowdon Triple Challenge. Why just climb Snowdon when you can cycle around the base and kayak it’s stunning glacial formed lake all in one action filled day! Grab this opportunity to pit yourself against the spectacular Snowdonia National Park.
Support the Kenward Trust by walking the Jurassic coast; we begin our walk in Worth Matravers which takes us along some of the finest sections of the Jurassic coast including Durdle Door this perfect limestone archway is undoubtedly one of the most well known and well photographed points of the entire South West Coast Path. The walk will be fully supported and guided giving you an educational and enjoyable experience.
Take the less trodden three peaks trail and discover the three highest peaks in Wales. This incredible challenge will see ewe tackle the iconic Snowdon followed by the stunning Cadair Idris and Pen y Fan. Ewe will finish a champ having ascended at total of 2,334 metres in less than 24 hours. Not bad for just one weekend!
The Snowdon challenge involves a combination of cycling 19km around Snowdon, trekking 15km to the summit and finally canoeing 4km to the finish line.Snowdonia National Park is home to some of the most rugged and challenging mountains in Britain giving its reputation as one of the best natural adventure play grounds in the U.K
Why not do something different in 2018? Climbing the 3 highest mountains in Scotland, England & Wales within 24 hours is certainly a memorable challenge. Despite the growing popularity of this challenge, the three peaks challenge should not be underestimated and the difficulty involved.
Our challenge training weekend is designed to help you prepare both physically and mentally for any challenge. We run two training weekends one in the heart of Snowdonia North Wales where we climb Mt Snowdon and other is The Brecon Beacons National Park South Wales
This classic ride covering 300 miles is a fantastic experience, joining two of Europe’s iconic cities. Leaving London we cycle through some of the most picturesque countryside of South East England, crossing the English Channel we continue through the villages and medieval market towns of Northern France, arriving in Paris our grand finale being the magnificent Eiffel Tower.