Support Us : Trekfest – The Peaks


The Route
Both routes start and finish in Hope Valley at our Trekfest Village.  There are a host of facilities available at the village – hot food, toilets, camping plots – we encourage all walkers to come down with tents, caravans or mobile homes and make a weekend of it!

From the TrekFest Village both routes will take walkers across the highest peaks in the Peak District.

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TrekFest is designed to be both a team event – whether thisfrom the workplace, family or friends or your local sport club or for individuals looking for a personal challenge.  Whether you take part as a team or individual, we’ll support you every step of the way.

Individuals – if you want to join us but haven’t conjured up a team, we will support you every step of the way and ensure you get the right support to see you cross that finish line!  There will be groups of others individual walkers taking part to meet and share the experience with along the way!

Teams – take part and support each other! Many teams will be taking part – corporate teams supporting their charity of the year, groups of family and friends, sport clubs…anyone can form a TrekFest team!  Teams can either fundraise for the same charity together, or team members can choose their own charity.

Securing your place
To register for the challenge you will need to pay a non-refundable registration fee and pledge to raise a minimum sponsorship donation for the DSA

Teams – if you are thTrek Peaks 4e first person to register in your team, then you will be automatically selected as the ‘Team Captain’ and create the team’s account. You are securing your team’s place on the event and are responsible for paying the registration fee for each team member. The Team Captain is responsible for submitting the personal details of other team members – this can be done now, or at a later stage. To register other team members now you will need their full name, email address, postal address, contact number and date of birth

REGISTER NOW for the 25km route OR 50km route

Payment Options
Upon registration you will be asked to choose one of the following payment options:-

Option A – Reg fee + minimum Sponsorship 50km – £60 + £300 minimum sponsorship
25km – £45 + £165 minimum sponsership
50% of the fundraising target must be received by the DSA no later than 6 weeks prior to the challenge.  The other 50% and pledges for the remaining sponsorship must be sent to us no later than 4 weeks after completion of the event.
Option B – Reg fee + self-funding 50km – £60 + £90 = £150 total cost
25km – £45 + £50 = £95 total cost
6 weeks prior to the event an invoice will be sent to you for the challenge balance shown above. Although there is no minimum sponsorship requirement, we do ask you raise funds for the DSA.
Option C -Discounted total cost at registration 50km – £140
25km – £85
Pay the TOTAL discounted cost of the challenge at registration. Although there is no minimum sponsorship requirement, we do ask you to raise funds for the DSA.

The TrekFest package
Full back up and support through Global Adventure Challenges, marshalled checkpoints offering complimentary snacks, refreshments, hot and cold drinks.  There will also be hot food stops where you can relax and refuel.  Support vehicles will be along the route and mountain leaders on trail providing extra support…and don’t forget you’ll have a whole lot of fun.

Helping you succeed!
From when you sign up to the challenge we will support you throughout the lead up to the event:-

  • Comprehensive event guide – we’ve been organising endurance events for a long time now, so follow our advice and we’ll get you over that finish line!
  • Training guides – putting you in the right direction to achieve your goal.  TrekFest is tough and training will be required!
  • Discount vouchers – we’ve teamed up with some great retailers to give you some great discounts on gear and equipment.
  • Kit and equipment lists – what to bring with you on the event.
  • Fundraising advice.
  • Regular newsletters and important mailing in the lead up to the challenge.
  • Information day – an opportunity to get loads more information from the organisers to help you succeed. It’s an important day and shouldn’t be missed…we’ll even throw in a brew and a biscuit.

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