Let’s Trek For Children
Trek through the stunning Himalayas and raise funds for Action Medical Research on this amazing Indian experience.
What's on offer?
Let's Trek for Children in India entails five days of trekking starting in Dharamsala the spiritual home of the Dalai Lama. We will trek through spectacular mountain landscapes and sleep under the stars in remote mountain camps as we head for our finish line at Laka Got (3,550m) well above the Himalya snow-line. This amazing Indian adventure culminates with a visit to the breath-taking Taj Mahal in Agra.
Let’s Trek for Children in India is open to people of all ages and from all walks of life who will come together to do something amazing.
Day One - Depart
Day Two - Delhi
Day Three - Pathankot & Dharamsala
Day Four - Kanol – Kareri Village
Day Five - Kareri to Bal Village
Day Six - Bal Village to Triund
Day Seven - Triund, to Laka Got
Day Eight -Triund to Bhagsu Nag trek
Day Nine - Free day to explore
Day Ten - Dharamsala – Pathankot
Day Eleven - Delhi – Agra
Day Twelve - Agra – Delhi and flight to home
Join Team Action on this amazing challenge and help raise much needed funds to save and change the lives of babies and children.
Despite enormous progress in medicine, there are still hundreds of thousands of sick and disabled children who need our help. Action Medical Research is offering hope to the many thousands of families who are dealing with the trauma of a baby born too early, striving to support a child affected by disability, or facing the challenge of caring for a child with a rare and devastating disease for which there is no cure.
Children like Tom who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a devastating condition that’s diagnosed in around 100 boys every year in the UK – typically when they are just three to five years old. Boys with the condition experience a relentless deterioration of their physical abilities, eventually becoming heavily dependent on others for round-the-clock care. There is no cure and the condition is fatal.
Right now the best medical minds in children’s hospitals and universities across the UK are waiting for the green light to start research that could lead to life-changing treatments for babies and children. Just one breakthrough, however small, can mean the world.