The Spring Gathering
15th-17th March 2024
Organised by Alan & David Hardy, the Spring Reunion is an opportunity for regular Challengers to catch up and new Challengers to meet up with some old hands and experience the sociable side of the Challenge before the start of the event. This year it will be help in Monyash, Derbyshire with a three course meal at The Bull’s Head on Saturday 16th March.
The Scottish Reunion
6th-8th October 2023
Organised by Kirsten Paterson this is open to all Challengers, past, present and future! There will be a three course meal on Saturday and plenty of Munros, Corbetts and Grahams in the area as well as good low level walks. Newtonmore’s Folk Museum is nearby or you can visit polar bears and wildcats at the Highland Wildlife Park (part of Edinburgh Zoo) which is just a few miles up the road.
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The Hill and Mountain Walking Club
was set up so these like-minded people could enjoy the friendships forged on the Challenge, exploring the hills and mountains and share an occasional drink. The Club aims to provide the kindred-ship of the hills and promote awareness and conservation of wilderness areas. The patron of the club is Hamish Brown, well-known mountaineer, writer and photographer, who invented the Challenge.
Although it isn’t essential to have participated around 95% have completed a crossing. More information can be found here or contact the club secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org. The club is not a typical walking club and as one member puts it, the “Hill and Mountain Walking Club is a club for un-clubable people, who enjoy the hills!”
The club organises weekend meets throughout the year in all parts of Britain and abroad. Accommodation is normally low cost – bunkhouses, hostels or camping.
The patron of the club is Hamish Brown, well-known mountaineer, writer and photographer.