Andrew Cook

Andy Cook's Nevis Challange

Fundraising for Tartan Army Children's Charity
raised of £500 target
by 58 supporters
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Participants: Andrew Cook


On Saturday 17th April I'll be walking 30 miles from Glencoe to Fort William over the steepest final section of the West Highland Way including The Devils Staircase and climbing Ben Nevis.

Total distance - 30 miles
Total ascent - 8200 feet (3800 on West Highland Way plus 4400 feet up Ben Nevis)
Start time - 2am (Yes 2 o'clock in the morning) to maximise daylight on the hill. 
Total time - Around 12 to 16 hours.

Who's it for?
50% will be donated to the local charity Hopscotch ( to fund short breaks in the Highlands for disadvantaged kids who wouldn’t normally get a holiday.
50% will be going to the Tartan Army Children's Charity to fund various projects for disadvantaged kids in Scotland (

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This challenge is to raise funds for 2 very worthy causes who help disadvantaged children. So please dig deep and donate as every penny counts.   Thanks.

About the charity

Founded and administered by Scotland football supporters, TACC's goal is to bring a little happiness and support to disadvantaged children in Scotland and in the countries we visit to watch Scotland play.

Donation summary

Total raised
+ £163.59 Gift Aid
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