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Arctic Wilderness Challenge

22nd to 26th January 2021

Arctic Wilderness Challenge 2021

Destination: Sweden
Runs from: 22nd January 2021 to 26th January 2021

Join us for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure through Europe’s last wilderness and help people in Scotland do more than survive.

Test your endurance in this action-packed charity challenge as you trek across Swedish Lapland’s frozen tundra, accompanied by a team of sled dogs. Traverse exciting trails through dense forests, snow-capped mountains and frozen lakes, before spending each night camping beneath the Northern Lights.

Push your sub-zero survival skills to the limit and learn how to live like the native Saami people, making your own meals, looking after your dogs and setting up camp in the magical wilds of the Arctic Circle.

The Arctic Wilderness Challenge involves self-sufficient lodgings, unpredictable weather conditions as well as looking after your team of dogs. It’s an experience like no other and one you’ll never forget.

When you fundraise for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, all the money you raise will stay in Scotland, helping to make sure there’s No Life Half Lived for people with chest, heart and stroke conditions.

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