Challenge Events

Glencoe to Ben Nevis Challenge

Venue: Glencoe

Why not get your company involved in one of Scotland’s toughest treks and in doing so help to support the Lord’s Taverners?

One of Scotland’s toughest treks, the Glencoe challenge covers the marathon distance from September 9-11.

A single stage endurance challenge starting in Glencoe, the route goes up through the Glen, over Devil’s staircase through the Lairig Mor (the big pass) to Glen Nevis. It finishes at the foot of Ben Nevis.

Why not push yourself even further and take on the ultimate challenge to finish at the top of Ben Nevis!  

Entry to the event includes:

  • 2-night accommodation (bed, breakfast and evening meals) *
  • Pre-event briefing
  • Fully supported event with qualified mountain leaders for the duration of the challenge
  • Food and refreshment during the event
  • Transport from and to the accommodation at the start and finish of the challenge.

You will also be provided with support in the lead up to the event including regular training tips, kit lists and support from the Lord’s Taverners Challenge Events Team.

Registration for the event is £225 (to include accommodation and meals as above) with a fundraising expectation of £500. Should you not require accommodation registration for the event is £150 with a fundraising expectation of £500.

*please note that room share might be required due to the nature of the accommodation at Glencoe Youth Hostel.

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Thursday 9 September 2021

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