Snowdon Triple Challenge

13th July 2019Snowdonia

Event time: Bright and early!Participation cost: £50 Registration Fee

This exciting challenge will have you cycling 17km, trekking 15km and kayaking 4km in a day. 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 playgrounds in the UK. This is a challenging day both mentally and physically, testing your entire muscle range. You will enjoy stunning views of the National Park, and a fantastic sense of achievement when you complete the challenge.

How much does it cost?

The registration fee is £50 – then you just need to raise £250 for St Barnabas!

How long will it take?

Arrive early Saturday evening in Llanberis the heart Snowdonia where you will overnight after receiving a full event briefing and the chance to meet your team of leaders and support crew. Pick up from Bangor train station on request. This is a two commitment and a one day challenge

How will we support you?

We will provide Canoe and bike hire, qualified Cycling and Mountain Leaders with a full support team including backup vehicles and drivers. The booking also includes one night’s B&B accommodation, breakfast and lunch during the challenge, a training program, 15% Discount Voucher for Cotswold Outdoor. Once you are registered, we will support you all the way up to and including the event itself. You will be provided with a discount card for local sports and outdoor gear outlets, sponsorship forms, fundraising posters and fundraising/training support, as well as training guides. You will be personally supported by our Challenge Fundraiser.

How will your support help us?

Your sponsorship money will make a real difference to patients and families across Lincolnshire who are living with a life-limiting or terminal illness. Your fundraising will help to ensure that St Barnabas Hospice can care for more patients and families near you, every day of the year.

To register, or for more information, email mike.pastor@stbarnabashospice.co.uk