Race Introduction

Last Updated: 09/06/2020

Raleigh Challenge – Wilson Trail

The Raleigh Challenge – Wilson Trail (RCWT) was first launched as an internal event in 2000 with the aim to raise funds for Raleigh Hong Kong. Due to the good response from the participants, the event has been open to the public since 2003. The theme of the competition this year is “You Walk the Trail. Youth Change the World” which means each of your step on Wilson Trail will contribute to supporting more youth in serving the worldwide community!

The course is based around Wilson Trail, which runs through Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories, with a total distance of about 83km for the Whole Course. Apart from challenging themselves with loads of climbing of more than 3000m in cumulative elevation, participants can enjoy the beautiful scenery along the trail including both suburbs and urban areas. Except for Tornado 160, other courses must be competed in teams. Believe team spirit and friendship can be enhanced among teammates through training and racing together.

Important Dates

DateEvent
8 June 2020 (Mon)Application Starts
3 September 2020 (Thu)Application Deadline* (First-come, first-served)
10 September 2020 (Thu)Team Details Amendment Deadline
17-18 October 2020 (Sat-Sun)Event Days

*Participants submitted the online application with all application fee and minimum donation on or before 3 September 2020 (Thu) are considered as completion of the application procedures. For payment receipt, it is required to submit via the online registration system.

If the application is completed after the quota is full or 3 September 2020 (Thu), it will be placed on waiting list (based on the date that the Organizer received the required items for application).

Fundraising Objectives

The donation raised in the RCWT will be used to support the overseas and local youth development projects organized by Raleigh Hong Kong.

Local Voluntary Services

Organizing adventure weekends for youth of non-profit organizations and secondary schools.  Coordinate and participate in social services such as Reef Check organized by Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, Crossroads Foundation Donation & Recycling project, the YWCA Tung Chung Run, etc.

Overseas Voluntary Services

Venturers from Hong Kong will take part in 4 to 10 weeks overseas voluntary services and adventure projects. Through completing sustainable projects in remote areas with participants from different countries, races and backgrounds under limited resources and time, the venturers have the opportunities to explore the world as well as themselves.

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