1 in 2 in the UK will develop cancer.
Macmillan are there to support them all.
Now it's time to give something back!


Martyn Wells, one of the Expedition team members walked the Severn Way (228 miles in 10 days) from source to sea in 2018, raising over £46,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support. Remarkably, Martyn is a stage IV malignant melanoma patient whose own battle with cancer saw him succumb to 7 operation in 18 months, culminating in him losing his stomach to a metastatic tumour.

A rallying group of friends and sponsors joined the Severn Way walk just 5-months after Martyn's final operation; Cape Wrath Trail sees many of these walkers reunite to take on this huge challenge for Macmillan Cancer Support.


Also know as Britain's Hardest Walk, The Cape Wrath Trail starts in Fort William, making it's way through some of the wildest and most beautiful landscapes in the UK to arrive some 240 miles or so later at the UK's north western extremity, Cape Wrath.

Expedition team members can expect to ascend soaring mountain ranges and ford freezing rivers during this epic trek, camping wild and living from what they can carry in their packs as they battle to complete the adventure in a record time. Ticks, midges and the notorious Scottish weather all stand in their way...

Read our guide to the Cape Wrath Trail. 


VIP Cricket Event, 17 September 2019


Fancy celebrating the end of Cape Wrath Trail 2019 in style? Join us at New Road, Worcester as we spend a VIP day at the cricket and are joined by a Worcestershire and England legend. www.trybooking.co.uk/LEW

The Itinerary

Are you interested in where we'll be and when? why not have a good look at our full itinerary, which you can read here.


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