Paul Hawkins

KMF Great Glen Canoe Challenge 2023

Fundraising for Douglas Macmillan Hospice
£1,835
raised of £2,500 target
by 50 supporters
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KMF Great Glen Canoe Trail Challenge 2023
KMF Great Glen Canoe Trail Challenge 2023

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This September we will join with a group of friends to embark on on a 3-day, 60-mile canoe challenge across the waterways of the Scottish Highlands from Inverness to Fort William an event usually targeted for completion over 5 days. To increase the difficulty, weather permitting, we will attempt the route in reverse so that we will paddling against the wind throughout. The trail includes navigating our way through 22 miles of man-made Canals and the challenge of portage, manually lifting fully loaded canoes around 14 lock gates on the way. The distance we will need to carry the canoes ranges from 175 to 65. The remaining 38 miles will be covered via sections of the Lochs, Ness, Lochy, Oich and Dochfour linked by rivers Oich, Ness and Lochy! Throughout the challenges the nights will be spent wild camping on the waters edge.

We are constantly inspired by the work of Douglas Macmillan Hospice and want to show our support by raising vital funds for them.

About the campaign

KMF Great Glen Canoe Trail Challenge 2023

About the charity

Douglas Macmillan Hospice

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Douglas Macmillan Hospice (Dougie Mac) is the only hospice in Staffordshire supporting Children, Young Adults & Adults. Care is given to patients who are living with a life-limiting illness at our two sites and in the community. We also provide support for patients families and their carers.

Donation summary

Total raised
£1,835.00
+ £397.50 Gift Aid
Online donations
£1,835.00
Offline donations
£0.00

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