3 – 7 July 2019
28 Aug – 1 Sep 2019
Iceland is a land of incredible contrast and beauty. Its wild volcanic landscapes, mountains, glaciers, hot springs, geysers and waterfalls, combined with its rich history, literature and folklore make it a fascinating country to explore.
This fascinating and highly diverse short trek takes you up to a high pass between two majestic glaciers, taking in the new lava from the 2010 eruption of Eyjafjallajökull. Then finish at the beautiful waterfall of Skógarfoss before returning to Reykjavik, where you will have some time to explore or visit the famous Blue Lagoon thermal spa.
How do I get involved?
To register for a place, please click on the above ‘Register Now’ button. The registration fee is £349 which is paid direct to the provider, Discover Adventure, to secure your place on the trip.
You commit to raise the minimum fundraising target of £3,200 and we fund the place by retaining 50% of this amount plus any additional fundraising you achieve. The trip cost is then paid by us providing we have received all of the Fundraising Target.
The Fire Fighters Charity is working in partnership with Discover Adventure for the operation of our challenge events. Discover Adventure have over 20 years’ experience in operating adventure fundraising challenges worldwide. Voted Best Small Escorted Adventure Company in 2016, they are fully ATOL protected and are members of ABTA and AITO so you can ensure you will be in safe hands on your challenge.
Already got a place?
If you’ve already signed up for the Icelandic Lava Trek, please let us know as we would love you to join us as part of The Fire Fighters Charity team.
By fundraising for us, you will receive support from The Fire Fighters Charity fundraising team. All you need to do is contact us and let us know.
Stuck for ideas on how to fundraise? Firstly, it’s wise to break your fundraising target down into manageable chunks. Plan local events such as pub quizzes, car boot sales or company cake days and be sure to create your own personal web page on Virgin Money Giving or Just Giving. Social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter can also help generate awareness.