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Next up in our Climb 4 Concern series is Lugnaquilla, Leinster’s highest mountain. With this event taking place in May, we should be almost guaranteed for some mild weather. Though – don’t hold us to that! Either way, the stunning views from the summit will not disappoint.


What will you be doing this June bank holiday? How would you like to whizz through the streets of Dublin with the wind in your hair, along with your friends, and a few thousand of Ireland's most determined women?


There’s no better way to sample the breath-taking scenery that Northern Ireland has to offer than from the summit of Sliabh Donard. So, join us on 7 June and be one of a fantastic team of happy trekkers climbing Ulster’s highest mountain.


Fancy an invigorating and adventurous outdoor challenge close to home? Well, how does climbing Ireland’s highest mountain sound?


What are you doing this August Bank Holiday? Ben Nevis is calling you! We’re going to be a mighty 1,344 metres above most people on top of the UK’s highest mountain. Care to join us?


We’re challenging you and your colleagues to go the extra mile for Concern. By swimming, running and cycling, you can help transform people's lives.


It’s the highest mountain in Africa and one of the most famous in the world. Let’s face it, it’s the mountain everyone says they would love to climb and those who have say it was the most exhilarating experience of their lives. So, are you ready for our seven-day Kilimanjaro trek?


Join us for the last of our Climb 4 Concern challenges of 2014 on 4 – 5 October. Together, we’ll be reaching the dizzying heights of Snowdon, the tallest mountain in Wales. And it promises to be a spectacular experience.


Calling all adventurers! Here’s a challenge and a half to get stuck into: trek, cycle and water raft your way around Kenya on this tri-adventure of a lifetime. We know where we’ll be next October, do you?


The London marathon is one of the most exciting running events in the calendar year and it’s also a record-breaking fundraising event. So, would you like to run for Concern?

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