Part of the Rat Race Bucket List Series
Are you ready to take on the challenge of a lifetime to fight the injustice of cancer in children?
In a remote corner of North-Western Mongolia lies Lake Khövsgöl: one of 17 ancient lakes in the world, over two million years old. In winter, the ice freezes across its near 100-mile length to a depth of over a metre thick becoming the ultimate adventure course for those brave enough.
The Mongol 100 objective is to travel across the frozen lake from north to south, by any means necessary. You can complete it on foot, using skis or even on a bicycle!
Children with Cancer UK is the official charity partner of the Rat Race Bucket List Series. By joining our team you will be helping to fund life-saving research that will save the lives of children and help keep their families together for longer.
The Children with Cancer UK Team will receive the following:
Click the link below to register your place and read the full trip details.
Rat Race is the UK’s largest and most respected adventure event operator. They have catered to over 1 million customers in nearly 15 years of operation. Their mantra is for you to get to the start line and they will help you get to the end, and in so doing achieve something extraordinary.
DAYS: eight, including briefing/admin/kit check day and four days on the ice
DISTANCE: 100 miles maximum
Feb 28-March 2:
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Raise at least £5,000 (excluding gift aid) for Children with Cancer UK before the challenge and Rat Race will refund your total entry fee up to the value of £2,500.*
*Please note, $500 of your Registration Fee paid to Rat Race is non-refundable. Your refund will be made in US dollars, with the exchange rates dependent on the time of processing. Refunds will be made between 2-3 months after the event is completed.
Refunds are not mandatory; participants are welcome to opt out. Should participants opt out, their refund will instead be used by Children with Cancer UK to help fund vital specialist research into childhood cancer.