Global Adventure Challenges

Have you ever dreamt of doing something amazing for DRWF? People can now support the charity by taking part in incredible challenges in the UK and around the world as the charity has teamed up with Global Adventure Challenges.

Global Adventure Challenges has been organising world-wide charity challenge events and adventures since 2000. These charity challenge events have helped to raise more than £12 million for a whole array of charities located throughout the UK and overseas.

There are a host of amazing challenges, including trekking, cycling and rafting both in the UK and abroad and a full list of these and the locations on offer can be viewed on their website

DRWF is one of Global Adventure Challenge’s charity partners and so it is a very easy way for you to have an exciting adventure and to fundraise for us.

There are lots of challenges you can choose from both in the UK and abroad.

Here are some that might whet your appetite, there are many more on the Global Adventure Challenge Website:

The Roubaix Challenge

This is a brand new event from Global Adventure Challenges

Choose from the following available dates:

7th Apr 2016 - 11th Apr 2016  No entry in Roubaix-Paris challenge

7th Apr 2016 - 11th Apr 2016 +70 km entry in Roubaix-Paris challenge

7th Apr 2016 - 11th Apr 2016 +139 km entry in Roubaix-Paris challenge

7th Apr 2016 - 11th Apr 2016 +163 km entry in Roubaix-Paris challenge

This unique cycle challenge is set to be the most exciting cycling opportunity yet! The Roubaix Challenge is a fantastic 155 mile bike ride for charity, over two days from London to the beautiful town of Lille in Northern France. Lille is very close to the town of Roubaix, most famous for its epic pro cycle race, the Paris-Roubaix.

After your two day challenge to Lille, on Day 3 you have the option of taking part in the ‘Paris-Roubaix Challenge'; one day before the professional race, amateur cyclists can sign up to ride on the same route as the Paris-Roubaix elite cyclists.

The ride will offer some of the same cobbled sections that professionals face the next day and you can choose between three distances:

  1. 70km (approximate distance)
  2. 139km (approximate distance)
  3. 163km (approximate distance)

After completing your chosen route and after a well-earned rest, on Day 4 you are free to watch the pros ride and cheer your favourite riders as they race along the infamous pavés that you took on yourself the day before! This is always an exciting race as Paris-Roubaix remains one of the most memorable classics.

The full brochure is available here

Click here to view footage of the professionals take on Paris-Roubaix!

 

Trek to Angkor Wat

Choose from the following available dates:

12th Mar 2016 - 20th Mar 2016

5th Nov 2016 - 13th Nov 2016 

Lying in the heart of old Indochina, the small country of Cambodia is home to dazzling green rice-paddies and jungles dotted with temples and ruins, villages of thatched stilted houses, and small towns where Buddhist temples nestle amongst graceful French colonial buildings. Our charity challenge starts in Siem Reap, ideally situated to explore the ancient capital of the mighty Khmer Empire.

We trek for charity over the hills, through the valleys and dense forests of the surrounding area, ascending to the upper plain of Kulen Mountain. This region is rich not only in history, but in beautiful landscapes and the rural way of life, little changed for centuries. Our trekking charity challenge will be a hot and dusty, but the famous smiles of this remarkably friendly country will carry us on to our finish point at Angkor Wat, one of the most renowned and impressive sights in Southeast Asia.

The full brochure is available here

 

Great Wall Trek