The Invesco Perpetual Highland Adventure Race is a great team building event, held annually, in aid of the Mitchemp Trust. This year, it takes place on 24-25 September in the rugged terrain and beauty of the Scottish Highlands. Teams of 4-6 people will cycle, hike and canoe 60 miles in 24 hours, from east to west Scotland, in an effort to be crowned Winner of the Invesco Perpetual Highland Adventure Race 2011.
Teams will be raising money for the Mitchemp Trust, a charity which helps to give young people the hope, confidence and life skills to meet the challenges in their lives through a journey of experience, adventure and fun.
Date; 23rd – 25th September 2011
Location; Inverness, Ben Nevis and Fort William
The event is a two day multi discipline challenge. Teams of four to six will mountain bike from Inverness Castle to Fort Augustus along the Great Glen Way, then canoe to North Lagan on Saturday. They will camp overnight and then take on a Ben Nevis Climb on Sunday.
Medical team needed
2 x medics Friday 23rd – Sunday 25th – Meet in Inverness on Friday 23rd evening and depart from Fort William on Sunday 25th evening – PAY £400
2 x Medics Friday 23rd – Saturday 24th – Meet in Inverness on Friday 23rd evening and work just the Saturday and depart Saturday 24th evening from Fort William – PAY £200
To express your interest in being part of the Across the Divide event medical team drop Gemma Phillips an email at [email protected]
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