The Surrey 5 Peaks Hikeathon

 

Bigger, better, bolder!

Climb 5 peaks – Walk 13 or 26 miles or bring the dog and join our five mile walk.

Come and join us – Register today

Surrey Care Trust Walking

The Surrey 5 Peaks Hikeathon 

When: Saturday 14 September

Where: Two longer routes of 26 miles (circular) or 13 miles (linear) plus a five mile circular walk.

Target sponsorship per person: £150 plus £55 registration. Please raise as much as you can to support our vital work.

TAKE PART BECAUSE: you want to make life better for local people here in our Surrey communities

Register here today.

Whether you go as a group or an individual you are supported by a professional and fun team all the way round, the most experienced team in fact that organise charity walks in our beautiful county.  That “connection” is difficult to find elsewhere for a Surrey-based hiking event.
Mark Walker, Surrey 5 Peaks participant


Surrey 5 Peaks is the biggest fundraising event supporting Surrey Care Trust’s work of creating opportunities for people to improve their skills for life, learning and work.

Unlike similar charity walks in the Surrey Hills which are organised by private event companies, all the money raised will be used to support charity work here in Surrey thanks to the generosity of our sponsor Broanmain Plastics and our volunteers.

If you are up for it, you will be so proud of how your two fabulous feet have helped people across Surrey to have brighter futures.

This year’s route:

ROUTE SUMMARY
Starting from the ancient village of Mickleham, we climb over Mickleham Downs onto Headley Heath where we scale Middle Hill.

Then it’s onto the North Downs Way and east over a series of hills, including Colley hill with its well-known water tower, and Reigate Hill.

We then descend, skirting Gatton Park, managed by the National Trust, before arriving at our lunch stop in the busy but charming market town of Reigate.

Once refreshed we pass through the oldest tunnel road in England and via Reigate Priory to join the Greensand Way.

Going westward we pass over Reigate Heath to Betchworth, mentioned in the Domesday Book and Brockham, which stages what is reputed to be the largest November bonfire in England.

We then follow the old Coach Road before traversing Box Hill to arrive back at Mickleham.


It’s been amazing to see parts of Surrey that I didn’t even know existed. And such marvellous views too.
Teresa Allen, Surrey 5 Peaks participant 


What’s included:

  • Route map
  • Detailed route booklet
  • Snacks and refreshments at every checkpoint for all walkers – no need to carry your own
  • A picnic lunch for every 13 and 26 mile walker – no need to carry your own
  • FREE event t-shirt for every participant who raises over £150 (incl. £55 registration) for Surrey Care Trust
  • Public and Employers liability insurance
  • Walk number
  • Fundraising pack
  • Lots of support from us!

In return, we ask that you aim to raise as much as you can. We really need your support.

For more information, please get in touch with our Events Officer on 07748 963617, email events@surreycaretrust.org.uk.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

If you could help with stewarding this event or helping in other ways on the day, please also get in touch with our Events Officer on 07748 963617, email events@surreycaretrust.org.uk. If you choose to volunteer with us then the time that you give will support a local charity and not a private event company which aim to make a profit from their Surrey Hills charity walks.


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