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  • Name:Trek the Great Wall of China
    Date:Multiple dates throughout the year
    Where:China
    Event Type:Trek
    Registration fee:£299
    Fundraising target:£2850

    Stretching 6000km in a dotted line across China, the Great Wall was begun in the 5th Century BC. As it snakes across the mountains it conjures up a sense of history which is difficult to grasp until you have had the opportunity to experience it. Our trek is very varied, as we pass through woodland and terraced farmland, and follow the contours of the beautiful hills and mountains in remote areas north of Beijing.

    We follow old sections of the Great Wall, as well as restored sections with smooth flagstones and lots of steps! This challenge is physically demanding and offers fabulous scenery and a fascinating insight into a rich culture and history.

    Want to know more? Read our Great Wall of China Trek Itinerary, sign up here or contact the events team at [email protected] to find out more.