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Treks and hikes

Charity treks and hikes

Feeling adventurous? Then get ready to embark on a life changing fundraising mission.

From challenging treks at some of the UK’s most iconic landmarks, to exotic trips farther afield, our trek and hike fundraisers are a great chance to step out of your comfort zone – and raise funds to help us teach even more people life saving skills while you’re at it.

Remember - if the event you'd like to do isn't listed here, please get in touch. We'd still love to have you on our team. Email events@sja.org.uk.


Find a trek or hike

Costa Rica Rainforest Trek

Various dates, Costa Rica

Costa Rica Rainforest Trek

London Marathon Walk

28 September 2019, London

London Marathon Walk

Kilimanjaro Trek


Various dates, Tanzania

Mount Kilimanjaro.

10,000 Step Walk/Run Challenge

15 September 2019, Creswell

Baasit Saddiqui shaking hands with Bertie Badger.

London Half Marathon Walk


28 September 2019, London

London Marathon Walk

Snowdon by night



Various dates, Snowdonia

Mount Snowdon

Great Wall of China Trek

Various dates, China

Great Wall of China.

Everest Base Camp Trek

Various dates, Nepal

Mount Everest.

Every Step Counts


2019, virtual event

Every Step Counts logo.

Yorkshire Three Peaks

10 - 12 July 2020, Yorkshire

Yorkshire Dales.

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Fundraising pack

How does your fundraising help?

Raise £80: this could cover the operational costs of a first aid response unit for one hour
Raise £120: this could pay for a St John Ambulance trainer to teach first aid to a class of 32 children
Raise £150: this could pay for a training mannequin, used to teach resuscitation (CPR)
Raise £300: this could pay for a full day’s training for a group of 12
Raise £600: this could train one of our first aid trainers to teach others life saving skills
Raise £1,000: this could pay for an automated external defibrillator (AED), which can prove vital to the resuscitation process following a cardiac arrest