Over the past 5 years, we've partnered with passionate student leaders at Exeter RAG to take students from the University of Exeter all around the world, raising over half a million pounds for charity along the way.
This year, we're offering three treks and a fantastic European marathon:
4th September 2018
This is a challenging but rewarding trek, climbing to heights of 5,545m above sea-level to watch the sunrise over the world’s highest mountain, Mount Everest.
Meningitis Research Foundation
Beth Brooks, Lauren Brown
MACHU PICCHU trek
26th August 2018
Cross the Andes and discover the ancient city of the Incas. Wind your way across breathtaking mountain passes, sacred peaks, and jungle trails, in search of Machu Picchu.
Action Against Hunger
Cora Hurley, Sheridan Gateley
MOROCCO HIGH ATLAS TREK
21st June 2018
With the Atlantic to the west, and the
Sahara to the south, the Atlas Mountains offer a unique backdrop to this 6-day trek to the summit the highest peak in North Africa.
Hope for Children
Aled Burd, Alys Reed
13 - 16 April 2018
The marathon route will take you past some of Budapest's main attractions, finishing close to the famous Szechenyi Baths should you fancy a well-deserved relax after the race.
Make a Wish
Sam Jordan, Sam Dawson
If you're a University of Exeter student and you'd like to take on a challenge that's not on offer at your university, we still have a challenge for you.
Check out our Open Challenges.
YOUR CHALLENGES EXECUTIVES
Having smashed Amsterdam Marathon in 2016, Felix then returned to Exeter to challenge lead Bilbao Night Marathon. Now, he's co-chair of the Exeter RAG Challenges subcommittee.
In her first year at the University of Exeter, Ellie conquered Kilimanjaro, before returning to challenge lead a Morocco High Atlas trek. Following a year studying in Canada, she's now co-chair of the Exeter RAG Challenges subcommittee.