This stunning four-day trek along the vibrant Costa Brava and the rugged Pyrenees transports us back into history as we retrace the footsteps of the Second World War escapees who fled Nazi-occupied France to Barcelona and beyond.
While trekking through this varied and challenging landscape you will discover stories of great bravery as you learn about Operation Rosalind
, a British naval undertaking to rescue evacuees from south-western France, and stories of great tragedy as you discover the story of German Jewish writer and philosopher Walter Benjamin and his attempted escape from Nazi officers by traversing the Pyrenees to Spain.
This challenge offers incredible trekking in a breath-taking location while supporting the services provided to local patients and families by Rennie Grove.
There is a £335 registration fee payable at the time of booking then, with the support of the fundraising team, you are asked to raise at least £2,500 for Rennie Grove.
At a glance
- Full board
- Challenging trek
- 25C high temps, 10C lows
- 10-20 places available
- First aid trained staff
How to book your place
Complete this form
and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org to book your spot on this once in a lifetime trek.
For more details and to book your place, please contact our Community Fundraising team via email
or by calling 01442 890222.