From simple strolls in the UK to challenging long distance treks overseas - conquer a route that suits you!
By taking on one of these events you will be helping us continue to work to help those that need to live gluten free.
Whether you take part as an individual, with a group of friends, family or work colleagues, these events are sure to offer you a sense of achievement as well as helping you to get fit and raise funds for a great cause.
There are many organised walking events across the UK, such as the Thames Path Challenge or the more gruelling Three Peaks Challenge. You could even get a group of friends together and create your own walking challenge in your area!
Take on a new challenge this year with the Ultra Challenge Series 2023! Are you looking for a challenge and to achieve something special? If so these events are for you! Whether it’s along stunning coastline, or trails through the best of Britain’s countryside, your Ultra Challenge® will be unforgettable. Take part as a team or as an individual for Coeliac UK and help support those need to live gluten free.
We work with Skyline Events for overseas treks. Please visit their website to see available overseas treks, such as the Great Wall of China trek.
By taking on one of these events you will be helping us continue to work tirelessly to raise funds for research into coeliac disease, support people and their families with the condition, and campaign to raise awareness.
All of our walkers will receive:
- Coeliac UK t-shirt
- Coeliac UK Fundraising Pack
- Fundraising support, advice and materials
If you have your own place in any walking event and would like to fundraise for Coeliac UK through it, we'd love to hear from you. Our Fundraising team can provide you with a Coeliac UK t shirt, fundraising materials, advice and support.
For information on any events, or to request a fundraising pack, please contact email@example.com, or call the Fundraising team on 01494 796136.
Epping Forest, London – Saturday 1st November 2014
Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire – Saturday 1st November 2014 - See more at: http://www.fright-hike.com/#sthash.fuXSZV4C.dpuf