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Fri April 22 - Sun April 24 Hills of Bermuda, 00000 BM
Walk, Run or Roll


Calling everyone to register!

Trek this virtual trek race with your family, children, friends and even pets.This event is open to all community members and is stroller and wheelchair friendly

Climb that hill!

Choose your adventure level by selecting from a list of "Bermuda Hills to Climb". This virtual trek race will take place from April 22-24th. Pick the day and time that works best for you, then set out for your family trek and enjoy the challenge.

Register Today!

$50 per family to register and race. Don't want to race, but want to support? Donate to a Raleigh family instead!

Choose your level and complete one or more hills in that level. We ask you to trek the full length of the road

•    Beginner Level Hills: Trimingham Hill, Stowe Hill, Berry Hill, Blue Hole Hill, Scott’s Hill,

•    Intermediate Level Hills: Gibbs Hill, Cedar Hill, Bostock Hill, Knapton Hill, Government Hill Road, McGalls Hill, Kilimanjaro Hill Horseshoe Bay

•    Advance Level Hills: Billy Goat Hill, Burnt House Hill, Cobbs Hill, Town Hill, Pembroke Park Lane Hill


First 30 Family Racers will receive a goodie package. Pick up bags April 21, 2022 at Raleigh headquarters 12pm – 5pm.

Raffle Draw on April 25, 2022

All funds raised are to the benefit of Raleigh Bermuda

About Raleigh Bermuda

Raleigh's vision is of a Bermuda where young people work together, regardless of social background and culture - challenged to raise their aspirations, supported to believe in themselves and inspired to be part of a global community active in making their world a better place.

Founded in 2004 by Michael Spurling, Raleigh International Bermuda (reg charity # 710) is a branch of Raleigh International (UK). The programme structure and philosophy of the Bermuda organisation are thus based on internationally recognised principals of experiential learning and are designed to help young people develop skills and self-confidence in a fun yet challenging environment beyond the classroom and workplace. Our goal is to empower young Bermudians to set positive goals and take control of their lives. By helping them to see that they are stronger than they thought possible, they are able to realise their full potential and effectively manage the 'day to day' risks they face including drugs, alcohol, crime, bullying, loss of motivation, low self-esteem, and lack of self-confidence.

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