Event Type: Trek

Group of people sitting on a dune in the Sahara Desert

This five day trek covers 100km; passing through Morocco’s forbidding landscape punctuated by peaks, gorges, dunes and oases. At night, sleep under Africa’s star strewn skies and enjoy traditional Berber hospitality.

This challenge goes beyond the Jebel Saghro region, starting on the Maider El Kbir plateau, before ascending Jebel El Mrakib, and admiring the stunning views. Walking through palm gorges, the route joins the dry Rhris River and heads towards an oasis of tamarisk trees. The final days are spent trekking along the Tikertouachene River, before celebrating a successful end to the challenge in Ouarzazate.

You can support Contact and thousands of families with disabled children by taking on this incredible, once in a life time challenge. For more information please visit our partner Charity Challenge and if you would like to join our team, please contact fundraising@contact.org.uk. We’d love to have you on board!

Group of people trekking across the Great Wall of China

Appropriately named one of the ‘New Wonders of the World, the Great Wall of China is a thrilling challenge of ups, downs, twists and turns.

With 10,000 deliberately uneven steps, this trip will challenge even the most dedicated trekker. Exhaustion will quickly vanish however, as you are rewarded with sweeping views over the vast mountain ranges.

You can support Contact and thousands of families with disabled children by taking on this incredible, once in a life time challenge. For more information please visit our partner Charity Challenge and if you would like to join our team, please contact fundraising@contact.org.uk. We’d love to have you on board!

5 men smiling on top of Mount Everest

Standing at a formidable 8,848m, the summit of Mount Everest offers the perfect backdrop for this trek of a lifetime.

Starting in Lukla, your route will take you through Sherpa villages, past beautiful monasteries and over jaw-dropping suspension bridges until you reach the base camp of the world’s highest mountain.

You’ll have the option to wonder at the scenery below the highest point of Kala Patthar before celebrating in mystical Kathmandu.

You can support Contact and thousands of families with disabled children by taking on this incredible, once in a life time challenge. For more information please visit our partner Charity Challenge and if you would like to join our team, please contact fundraising@contact.org.uk. We’d love to have you on board!