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Big Steps for Small Feet 1 day UK

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About the Challenge


Join us in raising funds for one of the collaboration of charities promoting this challenge to highlight the work needed to support families suffering from the loss of a child.  All fundraising, no matter how small or large, will go 100% to your chosen charity.

'Big Steps for Small Feet' is a chance for our charities to unite as one, in togetherness and hope, raising awareness for a cause that is close to each and every one of us.  It's an opportunity to show the world that collectively we can make a difference.

This July we return to take on the highest peak in Wales, Mount Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa) one year after our inaugural event that tackled Ben Nevis at night. Once again making Big Steps for Small Feet. We hope to give those who need it the chance to walk and talk together, scaling new heights to unite and raise money for charities working to support bereaved families every day.

When your child dies, your whole world is shattered. You can feel alone and as if no one understands your pain.  Bereaved parents, and those who have been affected by child loss, tell us they feel like they’ve lost a part of themselves and are unsure who to talk to or where to channel their feelings.

By taking on Mount Snowdon, you can change this. Join with us for Big Steps for Small Feet and together we can make a difference by raising awareness and funds for one of the following 9 charities:

Anam Casa Fasgadh, Bliss, Child Bereavement UK, Held In Our Hearts, The Lullaby Trust, Sands, STAR for Harris, Twins Trust and Tommy's.

Dates & Prices


Dates & Prices


 The tour cost includes:

  • Hot food and drinks at the start.
  • A packed lunch for the trek
  • Sheltered Event Hub
  • A glass of bubbles to celebrate at the finish!
  • A tee-shirt from your chosen Charity
  • Medal
  • Experienced Discover Adventure leaders and back-up support.

It does not include:

  • Personal travel insurance (recommended but optional)
  • Transport to/from Event Hub
  • Parking fees
  • Extra food, drinks, souvenirs or personal items, or entrance to any tourist sites you may wish to visit.
  • We strongly recommend you carry a credit card in case of personal emergency.

Detailed Information

  • An expedition doctor or medic accompanies the group (dependent on group size.) Their role is to look after the well-being of the whole group and deal with any medical incidents. They help the crew to ensure the trip runs smoothly, and encourage you when things get tough. The total number of crew looking after you will depend on the final size of your group.

  • Your safety, and that of the rest of the group, is our highest priority. Our trips are designed and planned with safety in mind. Your crew will be equipped with communication devices (eg phones, radios and/or emergency satellite phones), medical kit and other safety apparatus appropriate to the destination. Our leaders always have access to our 24-hour emergency UK back-up. They are responsible for safety on the trip, and will make any changes to the itinerary they deem necessary, should local conditions dictate. Pre-trip administration - such as medical questionnaires and travel insurance as appropriate - is all done with your safety in mind.

  • Your booking is part of a group challenge, and the tour costs and fundraising targets listed on our website are based on a minimum number of participants which is shown on the challenge  Our typical groups run with approximately 15-25 participants; however you may find your group is smaller or larger than this.

    We will confirm at least 12 weeks prior to departure that your challenge is guaranteed to run. Occasionally it may be possible to still run the challenge with less than the minimum numbers, subject to a small group supplement.  If we think a small group supplement may be necessary, we will discuss this with you as soon as possible, usually 5 months before your departure date. 

    Minimum numbers and groups sizes may vary on Bespoke Charity challenges.  If you are booked onto a bespoke challenge please contact your charity for full details.

Preparing for the Challenge

  • This is designed to be a challenge, and it is vital that you train sufficiently for it. We will supply you with a thorough training guide once you have registered. Training is all part of the preparation: inadequate training will impact on your enjoyment of the trip, and your chances of completing it. We expect all participants to train hard in advance, but we respect everyone’s limits and do not expect everyone to maintain the same pace. If you have concerns about your fitness or if you have reduced mobility please do contact us for a confidential chat about whether this challenge is appropriate for you.

  • We plan our trips around the optimal weather conditions, but could still be exposed to bad weather at any time. It is vital you are prepared for all conditions. We provide you with a detailed packing kit-list on registration, with plenty of information, and we are always available if you need advice.

  • We have a Passenger Portal which will give you more details of the challenge itself. It also enables you to see any outstanding information we need, the countdown to your challenge departure, see your outstanding balance, make payments and update your contact details. You can access this via the following link - Passenger Portal Log in.