Conqueror Virtual Challenges
18 February - 31 December
Revitalise your motivation for running, walking or cycling by taking on a virtual fitness challenge in aid of Farleigh Hospice!
If you’re keen to sign up to a challenge event and ramp up your fitness levels but are put off by the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, a virtual challenge is the event for you!
With a virtual challenge from Conqueror Events you can bask in the glory of achieving something extraordinary without straying too far from home. Conquer famous routes such as Lands’ End to John o Groats, the Inca Trail, Everest or the English Channel, and receive a medal when you reach your goal!
Virtual challenges can be completed in a timeframe that suits you and you can take part individually or as part of a team. Registrations are always open so you can sign up and get started on your chosen challenge whenever you’re ready.
How does it work?
Once you're all signed up you'll gain access to the Conqueror Challenges website and mobile app, allowing you to connect your favourite fitness apps or manually log the distance you've covered as you go. Every time you add a workout, you will advance on the map allowing you to track your virtual progress. Receive virtual postcards about the location along the way, as well as a stunning medal and digital certificate upon completion.
Fundraising from a social distance is best done via an online giving platform such as Justgiving, Virgin Money Giving or by starting your own Facebook Fundraiser. Create your fundraising page and share it on social media so friends and family can support your virtual journey by raising vital funds for Farleigh Hospice.
Read an account of the virtual Land's End to John O-Groats cycle challenge from one of our fundraisers.
|Date:||Start at any time|
|Duration:||1 week to 18 months – you set the pace!|
|Price:||Prices vary depending on challenge and options chosen|
|How to take part:||Click the 'Sign Up' button at the top of this page to be taken to the Conqueror Challenges website to choose your challenge and book|