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May Munro Challenge

1-31 May 2022
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Reaching your peak to help others

This spring, put your best foot forward and tackle one (or more!) of Scotland’s epic Munros to help people live their lives to the full.
Whether you’re a seasoned hiker with a list of hills to your name, or you fancy bagging your very first Munro, the May Munro Challenge is an amazing adventure for everyone.
From Ben Lomond to Cairn Gorm – and everything in between – you can choose to do the challenge your own way this May.
Take your support to new heights through your incredible efforts and help people do more than survive – help them really live.
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What it involves

It really couldn’t be easier to sign up to the May Munro Challenge.

You have the whole of May to set out for the hills and climb a Munro. Or make your challenge extra epic by tackling more than one – the choice is yours!

Take off on your climb as a group or by yourself anytime between 1-31 May 2022. Why not get your friends and family involved and enjoy the great outdoors together?

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If you choose to raise money for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland as part of your May Munro Challenge, you’ll be making sure people with our conditions get the support they really need when they return home from hospital.

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Why it matters

The money you raise through sponsorship will change the lives of the people across Scotland.
Chest, heart and stroke conditions account for 40% of all adult deaths in Scotland. More people than ever before are living with these conditions.
And since the pandemic, the people we help have included those suffering the effects of Long Covid too.

Just ask Douglas

“Everyone with our conditions can be helped with the right support.”

Stroke survivor Douglas faced an incredible test as part of 2021’s May Munro Challenge.
He kayaked across Loch Lochy, in the Great Glen between Inverness and Fort William, to the wild campsite at the foot of Meall na Teanga, before he scaled the 3,012ft high peak along with twin brother Bruce.
“Everyone with our conditions can be helped with the right support, and I’m no different,” Douglas says.
“From my own experience, I know how important physical exercise is to recovery.
“I want people to understand how fitness can save lives. That’s the most important message.”
By taking part in the May Munro Challenge you can help more stroke survivors like Douglas get they support they need to live their lives to the full.
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