Walking and trekking

Dust off your walking poles, lace up your trusty walking boots and join us for a trek challenge. Walk, jog or run – just choose the distance and event that suits you.

Halloween Walk

Date: 30th October 2021

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Isle of Wight Challenge

Isle of Wight Challenge

Date: 30th April/1st May 2022

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Jurassic Coast Challenge

Jurassic Coast Challenge

Date: 14th/15th May 2022

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London to Brighton challenge

London to Brighton Challenge

Date: 28th/29th May 2022

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Tower bridge in the sunshine

Summer Walk

Date: 5th June 2021

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group of fundraisers on the Lake district challenge

Lake District Challenge

Date: 11th/12th June 2022

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Cotswold Way Challenge

Cotswold Way Challenge

Date: 25th/26th June 2022

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TrekFest – The Peaks

Peak District Challenge

Date: 9th/10th July 2022

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two fundraiser on a trek through hills

Yorkshire Challenge

Date: 23rd/24th July 2022

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Walk 30 Miles in September

Join our virtual Facebook fundraiser and walk 30 miles in September for Dementia UK

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South Coast Challenge - communications team

South Coast Challenge

Date: 3rd / 4th September 2022

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Thames Bridge

Thames Bridges Trek

Date: 10th September 2022

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Thames Path Challenge finishers

Thames Path Challenge

Date: 10th /11th September 2022

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Chiltern Challenge

Chiltern 50 Challenge

Date: 24th September 2022

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fundraiser stood on top of a hill with view of fields at trekfest

Trekfest - The Beacons

Date: 2022 TBC

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South West Coast to Coast

South West Coast to Coast Challenge

Date: 24th/25th July 2021

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Dementia UK fundraiser holding dog

Create your own challenge

Organise your own trek to raise vital funds for our Admiral Nurse service

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Brighton marathon runner

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Trekking for families facing dementia

I have to admit, when we first saw the challenge online, we were more excited by the idea of a walking challenge – surely much more pleasant than running a Marathon or climbing a mountain!?

But we came to realise that walking 100km, taking 20-30 hours through day and night, up surprisingly high hills, was NOT going to be quite the walk in the park we first thought.

The training involved very long walks for hours through the day. That said, it was a lot of fun and we spent a lot of time out in the sun raising our step count. We walked the Waterford Greenway in Ireland, which was absolutely beautiful.