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- Rocking the decks for Mencap dodgeball
- Running a half marathon for Mencap
- Running the marathon in tribute to our aunties
- Sara's marathon story
- The Neill family marathon runners
- Women on a mission
“A life changing experience on so many fronts.” Aged 33 from London.
Nepal is the birthplace of the Buddha, home of the Gurkhas, roof of the world and a land of beauty. Within its narrow confines Nepal contains a wide range of diverse landscapes, cultures and languages.
This challenge will see you set off from Kathmandu along the way you will pass historic temples and small villages as well as riding through the Royal Chitwan National Park.
The amazing journey ends in Pokhara which is nestled on the shore of Phewa lake and overlooked by then Annapurna mountains.
How to register
We ask for a £299 registration fee and that you raise £2,850 to help people with a learning disability.
Who to contact
Mencap's events team
Telephone: 020 7696 6929