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    Posted by on Sunday, October 9, 2016

    The 2017 challenge…

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    After last May’s very successful Hadrian’s Wall Walk we have decided to up the challenge for next  year. So we’re heading to the west coast of Scotland to hike the West Highland Way.

    The West Highland Way is a 154km (96mile) hike. It is unquestionably Britain’s most spectacular long-distance walk, and an exhilarating challenge – taking you from the outskirts of Glasgow to Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest peak via stunning and truly wild mountain scenery.

    After starting at the edge of Glasgow the walk heads along the eastern shore of Loch Lomond, with the full grandeur of the Highlands being revealed along the way. By Rannoch Moor you areinto the barren wilderness, then climbing the Devil’s Staircase above Glencoe, and finally walking through the classic Highland scenery to reach Fort.

    images-1The walk is tough but in order to make it a real challenge we will be walking it in 3 days! We will travel up to Glasgow on Thursday 4th May 2017 then on the Friday we will head off along Loch Lomond. There will be 2 overnights along the route with us arriving in Fort William on Sunday and after a good nights’ sleep we will head back south on Monday 8th.

     

     

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    The cost for the trip including travel and accommodation will be approximately –

    £250.00 for Project Active Tribe people / £300.00 for non Project Active people

    We need confirmed numbers along with a £100.00 deposit by 31st December 2016 to allow us to book accommodation.

    Then the final amount will be due end February 2017.

    For all queries and payment methods, please contact sarah@project-active.co.uk 

     

    Why not join us on the perfect training weekend at the perfect time? 

    Yorkshire 3 Peaks

    Friday 17th – Sunday 19th March 2017

    Weve done this a few times now, but it really is a stunning hike with a lot to offer

    Interested?

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