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The Martin Currie Rob Roy Challenge is an exciting team-building event. Participants can enjoy the spectacular scenery of one of Scotland's finest long distance routes while raising money for three superb charities.
Teams or individuals walk 16 miles from Drymen, near Loch Lomond, north-east through The Trossachs to Callander. They will then switch to bikes for a 39 mile cycle via Balquhidder to Kenmore on the banks of Loch Tay. For those competitors who don't own a bike, or are travelling from afar, we can arrange mountain bike hire on your behalf for the day. We have three medal stages including relay options for all participants.
Each team should be supported by a vehicle that will meet participants at the designated checkpoints.
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On completion of the event at Kenmore on Saturday evening, teams will be hosted with a sumptuous feast and party. This will be followed by camping on the stunning banks of Loch Tay or accommodation in nearby hotels. A special breakfast will be served on Sunday before teams depart for home.
Prize giving, results and awards will all be announced at 9 p.m. followed by a lively evening of dancing, entertainment and fun.
Our main checkpoint at Callander will be based at Wheels Cycles where walkers will transfer to bicycles. Participants will have the option of hiring a bicycle and helmet for £40, which will be available on arrival at Callander. Alternatively, team members can bring their own bikes, carried by their support vehicle.
Please indicate clearly on the main registration form if you wish to hire a bicycle and add an additional £40 to the registration fee. Hired bicycles will be picked up at the finish line and returned to Wheels by the organisers.
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