This beautiful weekend trek follows the dramatic coastline of North Cornwall. The landscapes are spectacular, with rugged cliffs, hidden coves and old fishing villages forming a beautiful backdrop to the blue sea.
Starting at Harlyn Bay, west of Padstow, we walk for 24 hilly miles to St Agnes – a challenging distance considering the terrain. We pass the well-known beach stacks of Bedruthan Steps, as well as old reminders of Cornwall’s mining heritage, while Poldark fans will recognise some key filming locations, such as Holywell Bay, with the much-filmed Gull Rocks off-shore.
This is a tough weekend challenge, but a spectacular and inspiring experience which will give you an unforgettable sense of achievement!
Coronavirus Update: Your safety is always our priority and if we or the event organisers don’t feel it’s safe for your event to go ahead then we will contact you to discuss this with you. All events will be council approved, will be COVID secure and will only go ahead in line with government guidance.
You have two fundraising options to choose from:
1. CHARITY FUNDED– you pay a small registration fee, do lots of fundraising and we cover the cost of your event place
Registration fee: £80
Fundraising target: £550 (80% to be raised 10 weeks before)
2. SELF FUNDED – you pay the full cost of the event place, fundraise what you can and there’s no cost at all to the charity
Total cost to you: £275 (£75 registration fee & balance due 8 weeks before)
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