Walk the Wall to Fight MS

01:00 pm - 15 October 2018

@ Soulful Concepts


Milton NSW  2538



Uncover China’s iconic heritage and impressive natural scenery on a 10 day charity challenge to the Great Wall. Explore the dramatic contrasts that make up this immense and varied country, from the urban extremes of Beijing to the vast stretches of remote northern countryside. Along the way, connect to one the world’s oldest civilizations and a thriving modern culture as you walk to support a meaningful cause.

Massive and encompassing; China offers the variety found in multiple countries all rolled into one. At its political and cultural heart sits the beating energy of Beijing, China’s vibrant capital city. Explore the city’s numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the dynastic grandeur of the Forbidden City. Wander through the age-old halls, soak in splendid relics and pass under the imposing gates that open onto historic Tiananmen Square. Later leave the mesmerising contradiction of the city behind as we make our way towards one of the most ambitious man-made landmarks in the world; the Great Wall of China, stretching over 9000 kilometres across the Northern part of the country. Passing fields and farmlands, epic views and breathtaking scenery, challenge yourself to five days trekking this iconic landmark, on an epic personal journey to help fight MS.

This special trip gives you the opportunity to push your fundraising boundaries in support of Australians living with multiple sclerosis. An expert crew of hiking guides support you throughout, as you walk for a great cause. When you gaze out at the view from the top of China’s most iconic monument,take a moment to reflect on how your fundraising achievements can help make a real difference to those suffering with multiple sclerosis.

This is a unique and small group experience so spots are limited. Secure your place today by booking online or calling1300 059 686 or emailing: amanda@soulfulconcepts.com

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