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Our NEW Ultra Adventures provide unique experiences in some of the UK’s best trekking areas, and you can enjoy the magnificent landscapes and a real adventure with a group of up to 30 or so like-minded souls.
‘Base Camp’ acts as the hub – with high quality services & support that you expect on an Action Challenge event, and is a great place to wind down each evening with new friends, and enjoy some great food & drink with a bit of entertainment, after a tough day on the trails.
This challenge showcases arguably the most scenic & beautiful 70km section, starting in the iconic town of St Ives and taking in the highlights of Penwith and Sennen, Lands End, The Minack Theatre and Porthcuro Beach, Mousehole, Penzance and ending at St Michaels Mount. This is a stunning challenge and our Ultra Adventure enables you to discover this beautiful corner of England in our usual comfortable and enjoyable way.
This Ultra Adventure along Hadrian’s Wall, takes you 90km across Britain from the outskirts of Newcastle to Carlisle along one of our most famous and historic landmarks. Join our incredible 5 day Ultra Adventure, and see the highlights of the 2000 year old Hadrian’s Wall, trekking 30km daily and returning each night to our basecamp deep in the heart of the stunning Northumberland countryside.
This Ultra Adventure along the Pembrokeshire coastal Path is based out of our camp on the coast just outside the town of St Davids and takes you 78-85km around the magnificent Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. Join our incredible 5 day Ultra Adventure and see the highlights of this region of Wales. We will be trekking between 25-28km daily and returning each night to our comfortable campsite.
This Ultra Adventure on the Isle Of Man based out of our camp in the main town of Douglas takes you 96km across the length and breadth of the island. Join our incredible 5 day Ultra Adventure and see the highlights of this seldom visited island in the Irish Sea, located half way between the coasts of Northern Island and Yorkshire. We will be trekking between 30 and 35km daily and returning each night to our comfortable campsite.