Seeking an incredible challenge for 2012? Allow us to introduce you to the Artemis Great Kindrochit Quadrathlon!
The Artemis Great Kindrochit Quadrathlon is arguably the most challenging event known to Scotland. It is a test of endurance, strength and fitness through some of the most spectacular and historic areas of the Scottish Highlands. Participants push their stamina to the limit as they conquer a 0.8 mile swim across Loch Tay, hike/run 15 miles over 7 munroes, then kayak 7 miles, before cycling 34 miles around the entire loch – all in one day!
TAKE ON THE CHALLENGE - and make a difference where it's needed most
A warm welcome goes out to all of our newly signed up participants for 2012 – and we encourage inquisitive individuals with a taste for pushing their athletic endurance to the limit to check out the Artemis Great Kindrochit Quadrathlon website and sign up for this exhilarating and unforgettable event!
This year Quadrathletes not only have the chance to compete alongside adventurer Mark Beaumont, but will also be supporting an incredible project in Colombia, working with local communities to prevent the recruitment of child soldiers into local armed groups and to reintegrate existing child soldiers back into education and society.
We're here to help
We know that fundraising can seem like a daunting task, but we are here to support you every step of the way. Start by downloading our fundraising pack below for tips and advice, and if there's anything you need our events coordinator Lisa Seymour will be delighted to hear from you. Contact her on +44 (0) 131 662 5176 or email the events team.
Best of luck!
VOLUNTEER at the Quadrathlon!
If you love the great outdoors and are free on Friday 13th to Saturday 14th July 2012, then Mercy Corps have just the thing for you…
As a volunteer you would need to be available during the afternoon and evening of Friday 13th July and/or all day Saturday 14th July to help the event run smoothly. There are a number of vital tasks we need your help with - registration, helping participants en-route, handing out food and supplies, and last but by no means least, providing needed support and encouragement to keep participants spirits up! All in all it’s a great way to spend a weekend where you can meet new friends, have lots of fun and know that you’re helping make a lasting difference to people’s lives.
What to Do Next...
You can download a volunteer pack below! If you would like any additional information about volunteering, or a volunteer pack emailed to you then please get in touch with Lisa Seymour by emailing the events team or call directly for a friendly chat on +44 (0) 131 662 5176.http://www.artemisgreatkindrochit.com/