Munro Challenge 2015

Image of a Scottish Munro mountainThe Munro Challenge takes place from 23 May to 25 May.  Can you climb a Munro - a mountain in Scotland with a height of more than 3000 ft (914.4 m) - and raise funds for leukaemia research at the University of Glasgow? Then you can take part in the Munro Challenge!

‌The aim of the event is to put as many University representatives on top of as many of Scotland's 282 Munros as possible, throughout the holiday weekend of May 23 - 25.

Munro Challenge is fundraising for the Paul O'Gorman Leukaemia Research Centre at the University.

Participation should be in teams of between two and eight persons, with at least one person in each team being an experienced walker.  All participants will be asked to sign a disclaimer and be provided with safety guidelines. Registration is free. Participants are asked to raise at least £50.00 in sponsorship for the Paul O'Gorman Leukaemia Research Centre.  As an added incentive, there will be a prize for the best photograph at the top, which will be published in Campus e-News.

Munro Challenge is open to the wider public and not just University of Glasgow staff and students. To register a team, or for further information, please contact Susanne Hill​

Susanne Hill, Medical Development Co-ordinator, Development and Alumni Office, 3 The Square, University of Glasgow, G12 8QQ. Tel: 0141 330 5092. Working hours: Monday (8am - 5pm), Friday (8am - 5 pm).

First published: 27 April 2015

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