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Mind Hike Whitby

We are sorry to confirm that due to the current situation with the outbreak of coronavirus, Mind Hike Whitby, September 2020 has been cancelled.

For more information, please read our Events 2020 update.

Challenge yourself in 2020 to walk for 24 hours through the North York Moors and along the stunning North Yorkshire coastline. It's a tough challenge, but you'll draw strength and inspiration from your teammates and finish with an experience you'll never forget.

Check out our other Mind Hike dates

11 September 2020

13 September 2020

Registration fee

Minimum fundraising target

Minimum age



Use the code MIND50 for £50 off your registration fee

About Mind Hike

Coming into its sixth year, Mind Hike is Mind's bespoke trekking event, which sees teams of hikers challenging themselves and each other to hike for 24 hours, while raising money for Mind.

In 2020, Mind Hike is going to Yorkshire, to the beautiful seaside town of Whitby. You'll wind through Whitby's narrow streets, visit Robin Hood's Bay, climb the famous 199 Steps and look for Dracula in the historic Whitby Abbey.

This is a tough challenge, requiring preparation and training, but your teammates will be there to help you cross the finish line. Register for this unique event today and create unforgettable memories and friendships. Whether you sign up by yourself or with your friends, family or colleagues, you will immediately become a member of our Mind Hike family. We can't wait for you to join us.

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Day 1 - Friday 11 September

  • Arrive at your hostel by 5pm
  • Welcome dinner and safety briefing
  • Get to know your teammates before a good night's sleep!

Day 2 - Saturday 12 September

  • A hearty breakfast before setting off on your Mind Hike adventure
  • Return back to your hostel after 12 hours of walking for dinner and a quick nap if you can risk it!
  • Continue walking into the night.

Day 3 - Sunday 13 September

  • Watch the sun rise before crossing the finish line, happy and proud to have completed your journey
  • Share stories over a celebration breakfast.


To take part in Mind Hike we ask you to commit to raising a minimum of £690 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.

How we'll support you

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:

  • your own Event Coordinator to answer your questions and guide you through your training and fundraising
  • regular e-newsletters about Mind and the difference your fundraising makes
  • a free Mind technical T-shirt
  • fundraising materials and guides on how to get started
  • a kit list and full event itinerary
  • information day prior to the hike
  • dorm room accommodation
  • free meals all weekend
  • a professional team of mountain leaders and first aider on the route.

Any questions?

You might find your answer in our FAQs.

Or you can send us an email using the link below, or give us a call on 0300 999 3887 and we'll be more than happy to help.

Any questions? Send us an email

Taking on Mind Hike again - Rebecca's story

"The greatest thing about it for me was being with people who understood."

Read Rebecca's story

With thanks to Merrell

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.

Find out more

Where does the money go?

1 in 4

people in the UK will experience a mental health problem in any given year


queries answered by our helplines in 2019–20


people accessed our information in 2019–20

You can find out more about our work in the 2016/17 annual review

and more about our finances in our 2016/17 annual accounts

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