Hadrian’s Wall Coast to Coast 2022
Are you tough enough for this coast to coast trek?
From the estuary west of Carlisle to the North Sea coast east of Newcastle lies a cross section of spectacular English countryside. This will be the location for a demanding trek which will see you cross Britain from coast to coast in support of the Lewis Moody Foundation. The Hadrian’s Wall Coast to Coast Challenge is designed to be a very tough challenge. You will be walking an average of 28kms a day, and often on hilly terrain!
With limited places available to join Lewis Moody on this amazing challenge, take a break from everyday life and push yourself to your limits. This is your chance to achieve something special not only for yourself but for those affected by the brutal reality of living with a brain tumour. So what are you waiting for..? Sign up today!
This event is organised by Gane & Marshall. Further details about the event can be found here. The registration fee and the invoice receipt will be accounted for by Gane and Marshall (ABTOT#5453) who are acting as tour operators for the challenge.
1 – 6 October 2022
Carlisle to Newcastle, UK
Cost of challenge:
£1135 per person
£1500 per person
When registering for this challenge please add LMF Hadrian’s Wall to the destination field on the form.
“Last year I had the pleasure of taking part in two Myzone Challenges set up by the Lewis Moody Foundation. Both of them encouraged me to be more active, they were great fun and as a group we supported each other and it really did feel like a team effort. The sponsorship you raise really will help fund the much needed support for those unfortunately diagnosed with a brain tumour. Now more than ever”
Oliver Highway, Myzone Challenge 2020
“A massive thank you for yesterday, for all your support and encouragement, hospitality and the massage, which my legs were very thankful for. You did an amazing job. I was proud and honoured to be part of such an awesome team, thank you!”
Kay Davis, Bath Half Marathon runner
“I would like to see continued support for people with this diagnosis and to ensure they have the best quality of treatment possible.”
Will Archer, Joss Rowley Stark’s friend and team mate