We have teamed up with Charity Challenge to offer you this tough one day challenge which will have you trekking a marathon distance along the Giant’s Causeway Coastal Route. Whilst the distance alone would make this a tough challenge, the nature of the undulating terrain will have you ascending over 1000m along the dramatic coastline of this UNESCO World Heritage site.
WhenFriday 16th July 2021 - Sunday 18th July 2021
WhereBushmills, Northern Ireland
Cost£295 event registration fee, which includes 2 nights accommodation and meals throughout the challenge .
Arrive no later than 7pm at the challenge accommodation in the town of Bushmills to meet the team, have dinner and for a full introduction briefing about the event.
After an early breakfast we will transfer to the start of the trek near to the iconic Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge where we will begin out trek west following the Causeway Coastal Route.
Following the dramatic coastline we will pass through the entirety of the Giant’s Causeway World Heritage Site, pausing for photos and to take in the views of this stunning area.
The walk continues west passing Dunluce Castle and the town of Portrush before we head inland towards our finishing point in Bushmills to celebrate our achievements with dinner and our second night’s accommodation.
The challenge starts in Bushmills.
What support does Send a Cow offer?
When you join the challenge, you'll get:
- Free branded Send a Cow T-shirt
- A fundraising pack with tips & tricks to help you meet your target
- Fundraising event resources; such as balloons and collection boxes
- A member of the Send a Cow team supporting you every step of the way
The difference your miles could make....
Whether you are walking for wonderful water, traipsing for vital tools and training or hiking to bring hope to families growing a better future, your fundraising will make all the difference. There is no minimum fundraising target for this challenge, but we would encourage you to have a look at our gift catalogue here and set yourself a goal. For example you could aim to raise £99 which fund an allotment or £210 could fund a local cow; the choice is