We've picked challenges from 26 miles to a whopping 2,190 miles so you can pick a distance based on the size of your team. We also recommend using Challenge Hound for easy set up and management of your challenge. Challenge Hound is free for up to 10 team members.
The Inca Trail is one of the most iconic hiking trails in the world, traversing the Peruvian countryside and Andean Mountains towards the beauty of the majestic Machu Picchu. Tailor the challenge to your team by adjusting the time frame you have to complete the distance - whether it's over a few days or a few weeks. You can set the challenge as a cumulative effort between your team or have each team member challenged to complete the distance individually over a longer period of time.Walk The Inca Trail
The Toubkal Circuit is one of the most popular treks in Africa, travelling around and up the peak of Jebel Toubkal and taking in the beauty of the Atlas Mountains. Again you can tailor this challenge to your own team depending on the size of the team and your activity levels, by adjusting the time frame to best suit you, and making it a cumulative team effort or an individual challenge.Walk The Toubkal Circuit
The Larapinta Trail is located in the Northern Territory of Australia and is regarded as one of the best bushwalking and trekking experiences in the country. This is a slightly longer walking challenge so you can adjust the time frame again to suit the size of your team, perhaps aiming to cumulatively reach this distance in a couple of weeks.Walk The Larapinta Trail
The Lycian Way is a beautiful walking trail in southwestern Turkey, taking in the coast of the ancient region of Lycia. This is a longer walking challenge, so unless you’re a very big team you’ll definitely want to set this one over a longer period of time such as a month to reach the distance together as a team.Walk The Lycian Way
The Camino de Santiago, which is also referred to in English as ’The Way of St. James’ is the route of a network of ancient pilgrimages in Spain which lead to the shrine of the apostle Saint James the Great in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. This hike typically takes around a month to complete, so you’ll certainly want to give yourself and your team some time to walk the equivalent distance. Perhaps set this one as a challenge for a month or two.Walk Camino de Santiago
One of the most famed walking routes in the UK for sure, Lands End to John o’Groats traverses the entire length of Great Britain, starting in Cornwall and ending in the most northern point of Scotland. Rome wasn’t built in a day, and Great Britain can’t be walked in a day either. Set this challenge for your team to cumulatively reach this distance over the course of a few months.Walk Lands End to John o'Groats
The Great Himalaya Trail is an incredible journey from the east to the west Himalayas, taking in ancient kingdoms and breath taking mountain views along the way. This is one of the world’s longest walking routes so it is a big challenge for your team to match this distance. Alter the time frame to suit the size of your team, but this could keep you motivated for 3 months or longer.Walk The Great Himalaya Trail
The Appalachian Scenic Trail, as its full name rightly depicts, is a hiking trail in Eastern USA travelling from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mount Katahdin in Maine, and is the world’s longest footpath. This is our biggest challenge so you will need to adjust accordingly to suit the size of your team - if you’re a small team this one might even keep you going for 6 months.Walk the Appalachian Trail
Choose a challenge from the options above. With a mixture of distances you can pick a challenge that suits the size of your team best.
Get your team together. Challenge Hound let you add 10 team members for free, that way you can split the distance and tackle one of our longer walks. Just make sure you stay safe and follow government guidelines.
Now you know how far you're walking and who you're tackling the distance with, click here to head over to Challenge Hound and set up your challenge. New to Challenge Hound? Steps 4 - 6 should help guide you through.
Go to the "Challenges" tab at the top of the screen then click "Create a Challenge", here you can input all of the information about the challenge you selected above including distance and timescales.
Once you're happy with your distance, timescale, and any other details on your challenge hit "Save" and send the link out to up to 10 of your team mates for free.
Don't forget to use #WalkForWellbeing on social or tag us and tell us which challenge you're taking on, and we'll share your progress.