Do something incredible in 2020. Join Team Carr Gomm and see the wonder of Scotland like never before.

We are delighted to introduce a brand new challenge for 2020 – the Southern Upland Way.

This coast-to-coast journey is Scotland’s longest Great Trail, making it an enticing challenge for well seasoned long-distance walkers. Setting off from the old harbour of Portpatrick on the west coast, the Southern Upland Way encounters a wide range of dramatic landscapes – conquering high moorlands, epic mountains, quiet forests, expansive lochs and remote valleys teeming with wildlife – as it journeys eastwards towards the village of Cockburnspath. As well as the breath-taking scenery, this trail passes through several areas rich in archaeological and historical interest, and also visits a range of elegant towns with their own stories to tell.

This 14 night adventure is a once in a life time chance to see some of the least visited yet best walking landscapes in the UK. We are looking for some champions to get active, do something amazing and raise money. You can begin the tour any day between 25th March - 26th October. Some dates do get booked up quickly though so it is worth inquiring today. The cost of the experience is from £1,350 which includes 14 nights accommodation, breakfast and luggage transfer. A discount is offered for bookings of more than 5 people– why not get friends and family involved?

We suggest a target fundraising goal of £1,500 if you self-fund the experience - or £2,850 if you are fundraising to cover your costs - but the sky is the limit! We will be with you every step of the way to support you and encourage you to reach your goals.

If you want to be a part of something incredible next year, book now via the button below quoting 'Carr Gomm'; and remember to set up your own Carr Gomm fundraiser page here so you can collect those all important donations and sponsors.

If you have any questions or would like to know how the Carr Gomm fundraising team can support you, please contact us on [email protected] or on 0131 659 4790.