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The Chilterns 20 miler

10 April 8:00 am - 5:00 pm


Spend Easter Monday hiking through the stunning English countryside, whilst raising vital funds for the Head and Neck cancer community.

Join us for a fantastic hiking challenge set in the wonderful Chiltern Hills of Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire. It’s on Easter Monday so a great opportunity to burn off the chocolate calories!

We start at 8am from the free National Trust car park next to Ivinghoe Beacon and finish around 5pm. It is a 20 mile circular route that takes in Ivinghoe Beacon, Dunstable Downs, the famous Whipsnade White Lion, Ashridge Forest, the Chiltern Way, the Icknield Way Trail, the Ridgeway and much more!

An amazing hiking challenge in beautiful countryside with plenty of different scenery and terrain! You will be guided throughout this excellent challenge!

Registration is £50 and we ask that you raise £150 in sponsorship, ensuring everyone has the best chance of surviving Head and Neck cancer.

The event will be run by The Mountain Coach who has, since 2008, spent his life either organising, managing and leading groups on hikes, climbs and outdoor adventures.

A good level of fitness required, hiking experience preferred but not essential. May include scrambling, some ridges, tougher conditions or against the clock.

Why join #TeamOracle

As part of #TeamOracle you will receive all of this…

  • Bespoke #TeamOracle challenge t-shirt
  • A dedicated contact to support you with your challenge

Most importantly we will provide you with an incredible reason to put in the training time and fundraising, because you know that your efforts are going towards saving lives and improving outcomes for people affected by Head and Neck cancer.

Good luck and thank you for supporting Oracle Cancer Trust!

For more info contact fundraising@oraclecancertust.org


10 April
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Event Category:


Oracle Cancer Trust
The Mountain Coach


Ivinghoe Beacon
National Trust Car Park
Dunstable, Bedfordshire LU6 2EG
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