Do you have what it takes to trek up to 54 miles in just 24 hours to raise money for charity?
The epic Cateran Yomp follows a historic trail through the stunning hills and glens of Perthshire and Angus, and is set to take on more challengers in June 2017.
With a reputation as one of the best and biggest endurance events in Scotland, the challenge has three routes to suit different levels of experience – a respectable 22 miles, an impressive 36.5 miles, and a limit pushing 54 mile trek – all to be completed in just 24 hours!
Register in teams of 3 – 6 and benefit from a personalised training programme, fantastic food and drink, excellent support facilities, high quality medical care and unique surprises along the way.
While a day’s ‘yomp’, a military term for a long distance march, represents a typical shift for professional soldiers; it is a major test for both civilian ‘yompers’ and seasoned outdoor adventurers alike.
Last year’s Yomp attracted a record number of people and raised a total of £550,000 for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity which supports soldiers, veterans and their families.
You’ll test your limits, raise money for charity and, above all else, have fun! Register and we’ll see you at the finish line.
Teams are required to raise £400 in sponsorship.
Date 10-11 June 2017
Register now for the £80 early bird offer until 28 February 2017. Price includes registration, 3 month training guide, all food, drinks, entertainment and camping if required. £60 for military / veterans.
After 28 February the registration fee is £99 per person.
- Booking link https://www.soldierscharity.org/events/the-cateran-yomp/
- Tel: 0207 811 3223
- twitter: @Soldierscharity