Got a burning question?
Take a look at our general FAQs below for further information on the challenge.
Can I join on my own?
Yes, of course! Many of our supporters sign up for the challenge as an individual - this is a great way to meet new friends.
Can I join as part of a team?
Definitely! There is no minimum or maximum size of team. When you register, make sure to add your team name to ensure you are recognised as a team.
How much money do I need to raise and when is it due?
Are there any age restrictions to participate?
What does the price include?
Our prices are as all-inclusive as possible.
All your meals and refreshments during the event challenge are included.
All activities and instructions for natural shelter building, bushcraft and survival skills, and 24-hour survival stage also included.
What isn't included in the price?
Any travel costs to and from event before the event begins and insurance.
Any personal expenses, such as spending money and personal kit, are also excluded from the overall price.
Do I need any experience to take part?
Do I need travel insurance?
The purchase of travel insurance is mandatory to cover any unexpected delays (if travelling by public transport to the event), medical problems, damage, theft, cancellation etc. You are advised to organise this at the time of booking to ensure you are covered immediately.
Travel insurance is a cost-effective way to protect yourself and your equipment, as well as protecting you before departure. We advise you to buy insurance as close to booking as possible to protect the loss of your registration fee because of cancellation due to injury, illness (including Covid-19) etc.
How fit do I have to be?
We require all participants on our multi-day fundraising events to inform us of any ongoing health conditions. This allows our trip tour guides to ensure that all participants are fully supported to complete the trip safely.
If you are over 65 you will be required to gain your doctor’s permission to take part, this may also be a requirement if you have other health conditions.
What fundraising support will I receive?
How do I go about raising money online?
What happens if the event is postponed?
We follow government guidelines and put the health and safety of our participants, staff and beneficiaries first and foremost. If it is necessary to postpone an event we will be in touch to offer a choice of transfer or refund. Full details are in our Terms and Conditions.
Please contact 0345 845 1945 if you’d like to know more about all we are doing.