Join us for this fantastic 12 hour trekking challenge in the North Yorkshire countryside. This hike will test every ounce of you, both physically and mentally, while engaging in an event that requires genuine teamwork to achieve your goal.
09 October 2020
10 October 2020
01 October 2020
Minimum fundraising target
Starting at the crack of dawn, you will hike for 12 hours in the spectacular countryside around the town of Whitby. With a varied terrain involving long distances and plenty of ups and downs, you'll need to set yourself a goal to get fit and build up stamina. You'll be rewarded with incredible views from sunrise to sunset, not to mention your well-deserved celebration dinner!
Whether you register by yourself or with your friends, family or colleagues, you will be working as a team and you'll become a lifelong member of our Mind Hike family.
This is an extreme challenge that will require preparation and dedication and we guarantee you will create memories that will stay with you for a lifetime.
Day 1 - Friday 9 October
Day 2 - Saturday 10 October
To take part in Mind Hike: Dawn to Dusk, we ask that you commit to raising a minimum of £375 per person to help us make sure nobody has to face a mental health problem alone. Our team of fundraising experts will do whatever we can to help you reach this goal and will be in regular contact with fundraising hints and tips.
Whether you are a seasoned hiker or a first-timer, our team of fundraising experts will be with you every step of the way. We will do all that we can to ensure that your Mind Hike experience is one you will never forget.
We offer all our Mind Hikers a fantastic support package including:
We are excited to announce leading outdoor footwear brand Merrell with be sponsoring the Mind Hike series for a second year. Thanks to Merrell's support, more money raised through Mind Hike events can go towards helping us make sure nobody has to face a mental health problem alone.
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