Following the success of our last two Walk for Nepal events (Snowdon in 2016 and Scafell Pike in 2017) raising over £27,000, we are running a similar event in 2018. This will once again be led by our ambassador, Alex Staniforth. This time we’re taking on Ben Nevis in Scotland, to complete our Three Peaks trio with the highest peak in Scotland and the UK.
Date: Saturday 19th May
Fundraising target: £150 each participant
Registration fee: £25
Start/finish: Glen Nevis, Scotland
Route: ‘Tourist Track’ (Mountain Path)
Distance: approx. 10.5 miles/ 17km
Height gain: approx. 1,352m/4,400ft
*Please note on completion of registration, your fundraising page will be automatically set up with our fantastic new fundraising platform: Everyday Hero.
More information and registration for this event will be available very soon, if you have any questions, you can email email@example.com
Please read the Walk for Nepal Kit List
Although the route has no technical ground and little objective danger, please be aware that slips and accidents still happen and in some locations can have serious consequences. We’ll hope for Himalayan sun and blue skies, but even in May, the weather can change rapidly in the mountains- be prepared and take note of any instructions from the walk leaders.
- On the morning of the event the walk leader will give a full safety briefing to all walkers.
- There will be varying levels of ability and fitness, so the walk will be guided by qualified ML (mountain leaders) who will supervise groups of around 6 – 8 walkers at a similar level to make sure nobody is left behind or gets lost.
- You will be given copies of emergency phone numbers and procedures in the small chance of separation, but please remember that mobile phone signal is often very poor. Please follow any instructions and keep your leader within sight.
Here is a film from last year’s Walk for Nepal: Scafell Pike