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Trekfest 2019

Sign up to Trekfest 2019 today and help raise money for vital research to save the lives of children with cancer!

About this event

The flagship UK trekking challenge is back for its 7th year in 2019 and will be bigger than ever. Choose your location, choose your distance and choose the size of your team as you take on the mountains!

Join a 25KM or 50KM trek in two exciting challenge locations in the Peak District and Brecon Beacons. All routes are fully supported with experienced mountain leaders, challenge leaders, route guides and first aid. There are rest stops and checkpoints along the way offering complimentary food, drinks and a celebratory glass of bubbly, hot meal and well-deserved medal at the finish line! What more could you ask for?

Date & Location

  • The Beacons
  • July 6, 2019
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Trekfest

If you would like to join our 2019 team and help raise money for vital research to save the lives of children with cancer, please follow the registration links below and choose Children with Cancer UK as your chosen charity.

The support of those who take part in these events, and others who donate as a result, help us to be there for children when they need us most and move closer to our vision of a world where no child loses their life to cancer.

TrekFest The Beacons – Register now TrekFest The Peaks – Register now

What to expect from Children with Cancer

Whatever the distance, whatever the location, you can be part of Children with Cancer UK’s team for 2019! As part of our team, you will receive the following support from us:

  • Clothing and equipment lists, training guides, route information and fundraising tips from Global Adventure
  • Fundraising pack containing lots of training and fundraising advice
  • A bright and colourful Tech T-shirt to wear with pride on the day
  • Finishers medal and T-Shirt
  • Hot meal at the finish line
  • Post-trek massage
  • Celebratory drink as you cross the finish line

Video and photos from last year

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