Challenge News

  • So you have your route planned and you know where you are planning to walk each day and where you propose to stop each night.  The next job is to get it onto a TGOC24 route sheet.  Don’t worry – having your route vetted shouldn’t feel like having your homework
  • We’ll be opening for entries to the 2024 TGO Challenge in the next few weeks.  Here are a few details of what information you will need to provide, the skills needed and how the 2024 entry process will work. 2024 entry process Regulars will find the process somewhat different this
  • Just before we dive into TGOC24 here are the results of the TGOC23 survey. Thank-you to everyone who took part as it helps us shape future Challenges Who responded to the survey? 150 people who had entered TGOC23 shared their views anonymously with the Coordinators. Of those 68% were solo
  • Photo: Martin Hoebler What a difference a year makes!  This time last year we were reporting on a Challenge beset by high winds, horizontal rain and rivers in spate leaving us hoping for some sunshine.  It was a case of “be careful what you wish for” as whilst most enjoyed
  • Stats – some love them, others less so . . . , but for those who are interested here are some on this year’s Challengers and their routes.  There are currently 377 TGOC23 participants planning to use 281 personally designed routes to walk across Scotland on the TGO Challenge.  As