Great Wall China Trek

"You have not lived if you have not been to the Great Wall!"

We are looking for an Ovarian Cancer Action team to take on the Great Wall of China, one of the world’s most beautiful treks! Will you join us for this 10 day experience of a lifetime?

When: 14 Oct 2017 - 22 Oct 2017
Where: China
Registration fee: £349
Fundraising target: £2800

Register your interest for more information

What will the trek be like?
We run all our treks with Global Adventure Challenges, an experienced event provider, check them out here. Your 10 day itinery will be:
Day 1 Depart the UK on an overnight flight to Beijing.
Day 2 Arrive in Beijing, meet local guides and transfer to hotel. Rest of day free to acclimatise and refresh after flight.
Day 3 Warm up trek from Tiapingzhai to Huangyaguan. Trekking time 3 hours.
Day 4 Trek the remote and stunning Gubeikou section of the Great Wall covering 27 watch towers! Trekking time 7-8 hours.
Day 5 Trek from Jinshanling to Simatai – another remote section, far from tourist trail. Trekking time 8-9 hours.
Day 6 Trek Mutianyu section of the Great Wall and conquer the 1,000 steps that make up the ‘Heavenly Ladder’. Trekking time 6-7 hours.
Day 7 Morning is spent in Badaling section of the Wall, repairing a watch tower. After lunch, transfer to Juyongguan to continue trekking. Trekking time 7 hours.
Day 8 Free day in Beijing to explore the sights and sounds of this amazing capital city.
Day 9 Transfer to Beijing for flight back to the UK, arriving same day.

Want to join our team? Click here to register today!

Sign up with our team and we will:

  • Send you an event brochure containing everything you need to know about the trek.
  • Provide you with an Ovarian Cancer Action t-shirt to wear on the trek.
  • Send you a fundraising pack full of ideas to get you started.
  • Support you every step of the way so that you smash your fundraising target!

How will my fundraising help?

  • We fund world-class scientific research at our Ovarian Cancer Action Research Centre, the only dedicated research centre for ovarian cancer in the UK.
  • Treatment for ovarian cancer is not as advanced as treatment for other, better-known cancers like breast and prostate cancer.
  • We want to make ovarian cancer treatment more effective and reduce the number of women who die from the disease.