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    2017 announcement

    After 11 years the Rob Roy Challenge will be taking a break in 2017 to work on making the event even better. We’d like to thank everyone who has played a part in the event’s success, and we look forward to welcoming you back in summer 2018. If you would like to be kept updated on 2018 plans then please register.
challenges 01

Follow in Rob Roy MacGregor's footsteps with a challenging 16 mile hike along the Rob Roy Way with rewards of majestic views down Loch Tay.

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challenges 02

Take a leap into historical MacGregor country with a 16 mile hike followed by a rolling 15 mile cycle route via the ancient village of Fortingall.

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challenges 03

Rob Roy was known as Big Red and this route requires bravery and stamina to match that of the infamous outlaw on a 16 mile hike followed by a 35 mile cycle.

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challenges 04

A touch test of stamina and endurance hiking 16 miles to Kenmore and then climbing your way out of the shadow of the might Schiehallion mountain on a 56 mile cycle route.

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Rob Roy Challenge Charity

Mercyships

Mercy Ships operates the world's largest charity hospital ship with state-of-the art medical facilities delivering free health care to the poorest people.

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Martin Currie Charitable Foundation Partners

mccf Partners

2016 Charity Partners

Our corporate sponsors

Without the generous support of our corporate sponsors we would not be able to run such an ambitious event and raise so much money for good causes. If you would like to sponsor our event then please download the Corporate Sponsorship document for more information.

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