…adventurous people to take part in overseas challenges and raise money for the Youth Cancer Trust whilst having the time of your life!
Some of the challenges listed below involve helping with charitable projects overseas and at the same time raising funds for the Youth Cancer Trust – adding to your sense of altruism!
There are so many things you can do to raise money for the Trust, it really is down to your imagination. However, here are some ideas to whet your appetite….
Please get in touch by email if you have another idea for a challenge that you would like to do to raise money for the Youth Cancer Trust.
We will support you all the way!!
What is an Open Challenge?
An Open Challenge is a charity fundraising trip, with a pre-planned departure date, in which supporters of our charity can participate. It is open to individuals, or to groups who have joined to work together and support The Youth Cancer Trust.
Often on an Open Challenge you may have the opportunity to work to support a cause in the actual destination country.
There are lots of different challenges to choose from, such as cycling, sledding or trekking, which take place in countries all over the world.
Find out more about what challenges are available and book here and choose Youth Cancer Trust as your chosen charity (we’re on the list in the cancer charity section).
NOTE: The Youth Cancer Trust uses Different Travel and Global Adventure Challenges to organise challenges on its behalf.
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China Great Wall
Add another brick in the wall – Be part of the re-build of the Great China Wall.
…is a fantastic five day trek along this magnificent structure, over watchtowers and mountains, through historic battlements and to the top of the ‘Heavenly Ladder’ at Mutianyu.
You will place your own brick in a section that is currently being restored, ensuring your imprint is left on the Wall for all time – a very special privilege, unique to Global Adventure Challenges.
Conquer the twists, turns, steps and slopes of this formidable fortification!
Find out more and book your place
Please email us for more info.
You will take 7 days to trek the Machame route to the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro and back. The highest freestanding mountain in the world, this iconic peak is one of the seven summits which compromise the highest mountain on each continent. Trekking Kilimanjaro is the perfect way to push yourself to the limit and enjoy the beauty of Tanzania’s natural landscapes.
Click here for more info and to book your place
Or contact us for more information and to book your challenge.
London to Paris Cycle Ride
Cycle to the romance capital of the world and along the way experience the best of the English countryside! Join us on an amazing European cycle ride that finishes under the Eiffel Tower…
Contact us for more information and to book your challenge.
Everest Base Camp Trek
This 12 day adventure is the classic Everest Base Camp and Kala Pattar trek. The trek includes two important rest days to allow you to acclimatise to the changes in altitude and to do some local exploring. You will be trekking through the homelands of the Sherpa people, among their villages and Buddhist monasteries, with distant views of Everest and neighbouring Ama Dablam, considered by many to be among the most beautiful mountains in Nepal. One rest day is spent at Namche Bazaar, the bustling market town in the heart of the Sherpa country, and the other at Pheriche, a cluster of houses set among the high summer grazing pasture of the region. Without doubt, the highlight for most will be the awe-inspiring views which unfold from the summit of Kala Pattar – the chaotic ice sculptures of the Khumbu Glacier, Nuptse and the south-west face of Everest itself. Each day’s trek is between 5 and 8 hours in duration.
Find out more and book your place here and contact us us to help support you.
Find out more about what other challenges are available and book here and choose Youth Cancer Trust as your chosen charity (we’re on the list in the cancer charity section)