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Hike For Homeless

The most unique and anticipated walking event on the UK charity calendar.

  • Start Date: 24th Jun, 2023 @ 8:00am
  • Location: Peak District

Are you a professional looking to make a meaningful impact in the lives of young people?

Join us for an extraordinary opportunity to combine adventure, networking, and philanthropy at our Annual Hike for Homeless 2023.

The 2023 Hike for Homeless is held at the breath-taking Peak District, with walking distances suitable for every fitness and experience level.

The event makes a great team building exercise whilst also helping you and your business to reach your CSR goals.

Why should you participate?

Your participation will directly contribute to providing shelter, education, and essential support services for young people at risk of or experiencing homelessness. By joining forces with like-minded business leaders, you can create opportunities that transform lives, empowering these individuals to break free from the cycle of homelessness.

You can network with fellow professionals and business leaders who share your passion for making a difference. The Charity Hike provides a unique platform to forge meaningful connections, exchange ideas, and collaborate on future projects that benefit society. Expand your professional network while embark on an exhilarating hiking journey through the breathtaking Peak District, challenging yourself both physically and mentally and connecting with nature.

As you conquer new heights, you’ll also be conquering youth homelessness, one step at a time.

The impact of your participation in this charity event goes far beyond the hike itself. By supporting homeless youth, you’re investing in the future of our society. Every pound raised will be utilized to provide safe housing, educational support, counselling, life skills training, and employment opportunities, ensuring that our young people have a real chance to thrive.


Short walk: 5 miles (3 hours- 1 big hill) (Moderate) takes in stunning views of Winnetts Pass and Mam Tor

Medium walk: 14 miles (6 hours- 2 big hills) (Tough) stunning views of Winnetts Pass and Mam Tor, plus the Vale of Edale and Rushup Edge

Long walk*: 21 miles (10 hours- 3 big hills) (Expert) and has all the elements of the other walks, including Kinder Scout plateau

*If you do want to register for the LONG route, please be mindful that one of the sections is approx. 7 miles from one check point to the other.

Join us today!

Register now to secure your place:

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2022 Hiker:

"Participating in the Hike was an incredibly rewarding experience both personally and professionally. Not only did I get to connect with amazing people within the community, but I also witnessed firsthand the tremendous impact our collective efforts had on the lives of young people at St Basils. See you next year!"


This event is supported by IM Properties

Special thanks to Jacqui and all at The Old Nags Head in Edale, Edward Hollindale and all at Blueberry Food, The Peak District National Trust, all at the Peveril Centre, Graham and Lesley Ollerenshaw and all at Blue John Cavern and Mr. Paul Haywood.