Everest Base Camp

15 Mar 04 Apr

Thursday 15 Mar 18 - Wednesday 04 Apr 18 £495 Registration Fee. £4,350 Minimum sponsorship target. £2,132 Self Funded Option

Other dates available during 2017 & 2018.

Eight of the world’s 14 giants meet in the Nepalese Himalayas, including the greatest of them all: Mt. Everest standing at a formidable 8,848m. Beginning in Lukla, we follow in the footsteps of the Sherpa on this epic quest trekking at high altitude. Cross numerous rivers along the way until we reach the highest point at Kalapathar (5,545m). Take in the astonishing array of peaks and glaciers below, before celebrating in the mystical city of Kathmandu.

There are two main payment options:

Minimum sponsorship option

You pay a non refundable registration fee and pledge to raise a minimum amount of sponsorship for WellChild. You will be asked to pay 80% of this sponsorship target at least 10 weeks before the challenge takes place in order for WellChild to pay your tour costs.

Self funded option

You pay the non refundable registration fee and 10 weeks before the challenge pay the tour costs. There is no minimum fundraising target but if you support WellChild you will receive lots of fundraising and training advice from our experienced team.


Sign up today and get your free pair of VitalSox compression walking socks. Vitalsox is also offering a 50% discount on all their range to WellChild challenge event participants. Visit their site to see more products.

This challenge is taking place on a number of occasions throughout 2017 and 2018. To check out other dates, visit here.

For general enquiries about any event please email challenge@wellchild.org.uk or call Steve 01242 548 761

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