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Your invitation to the mountain top!

Join us for a unique Alpine Experience in May 2025.

Be part of this special trip and enjoy scaling stunning Alpine peaks and hiking through scenic valleys. Your expert guide will help you summit spectacular mountains by day. At the end of the day, enjoy a soak in the hot tub before enjoying dinner with the resident chef, and then relaxing in your five-star chalet. 

This trip also features a one night stay at a refuge. This allows you to be surrounded by nature, deep in the heart of the mountains at around 2,0000 meters altitude. You can spend the evening watching the sunset and see the beauty of the night sky without any light pollution.

Our Alpine Experience is the ideal setting for you to reconnect with nature and others, whilst raising money for life-changing research into paralysis. Join alone,or with friends, family and colleagues.

Excited? Here's what you need to know


Date: Wednesday 28 May 2025 to Sunday 1st June 2025.
Location: Charmonix
Cost/Fundraising: See options below

This challenge is hosted by CHX Challenge.

You can find more details of the challenge by clicking on the link below. If you still have questions get in touch and we can arrange a chat with the challenge hosts.

It is fantastic, and I would absolutely say to anybody just go and do it!

Abigail, previous participant

Fundraising options

Sponsorship option:  Pay a registration fee of £800 (can be paid in instalments) and then raise £1,950 or more for Spinal Research.

Self-funding option:  Pay a registration fee of £2,750 and you can fundraise as well, if you wish.

What's included?

All accommodation


In-valley transfers

Expert Guides

Pre-event support from CHX Challenge

Training top and fundraising support from Spinal Research

Training plan and online meeting

What's not included?

Flights and travel to and from the chalet in Chamonix

Kit (hire options may be available)

I’ll never give up hoping, because I know that amazing scientists and researchers will never give up looking for ways to cure my paralysis. All it will take is more research.

Bel, injured aged 8

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