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Frequently Asked Questions
Registration / Sponsorship
What is the latest date for registration?
The earlier the better so we can organise. The latest date is September 9th or September 23rd for the One Day Walk
How do I register?
Just go to the Join Us page and fill in the form?
Do I have to pass a fitness test?
If you are unsure if you can do the walk please join us on a training walk and we can tell you. Join our WhatsApp group and we’ll tell you when the walks are – +34 643 276 724
How much does it cost?
One Day – 50€
Two days – 150€
Three days – 200€
This pays for insurance, organisation, support team, support vehicle, accommodation and anything else that might be needed to ensure we have a safe, successful event.
As all money raised goes to charities we encourage everyone to raise more than the event cost.
What help will you give raising money?
We will set you up with a personalised donation page on the website where you can send your sponsors to donate money.
Health & Training
Is the walk easy?
We cover an average of 80-90km over the whole event, and by day two it starts to get quite tough as your body begins to tire, your joints will really start to feel each step, especially when we begin to descend from the summit.
This is not an easy walk and you will need to prepare but most people are capable of doing it.
What training do you recommend?
Start with about one hour of brisk walking, and then add ten minutes extra every day. Or add one hour every week. Within 6 weeks you will know, near enough, what it is like to walk for a full day.
Training for going down hill is perhaps as important, if not more important, than training to go up, everyone who comes to this recognises that by the third day.
How do I join the training walks?
Join our WhatsApp group to request to join – +34 643 276 724
What is the maximum age
Our oldest walker in 2021 was 82 years old. However if you are worried it might be too much please ask your doctor beforehand.
Do I have to walk the whole way?
We have a support car that meets us at regular intervals, and a great team, so we are confident, with the right planning, we can get you through it, but we want all participants to be aware of themselves, and if necessary check first with your doctor before committing.
If you don’t want to do the full 3 days, plenty of people join us for half days or just small sections, our aim is to keep you safe and have you be part of our message, that crossing a mountain may be difficult but it starts with one foot in front of the other.
I don't think I can walk. How else can I help?
Anyone who feels they may not be suited to the entire challenge can still play a vital role cheerleading,
fundraising, helping with support and spreading the word. (We love cheerleaders, the more vocal the better, but all support is vital to getting us through this)
You can donate directly, you can help with the food, transport, logistics or please just spread the word and let as many people as you can know about us
Accommodation & Transport
Can I have a room to myself?
Yes you can. It will cost a little extra. Please contact us for the price.
What transport is included?
One day walker – Cruz de Tejeda back to starting point
Weekender – From the South to Cruz de Tejeda
Long Walk – From the South to the start point
Are all meals included?
They are! and they are pretty tasty too.
Join The Long Walk
Join us for 1,2 or 3 days, enjoy the mountains of Gran Canaria surrounded by amazing company whilst you support important local causes on our island.