Trek the Great Wall of China 2025

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Start: Saturday 11 October

End: Sunday 19 October

Location: China

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Walk along a Wonder of the World

This 2025 trek takes you to a remote section of the Great Wall of China, from Gubeikou to Jinshanling and Simatai. Not only will you trek on the wall itself, meticulously built and restored over thousands of years, but you will also have the opportunity to trek through wild and remote landscapes with distant views of green rolling hills, mountain peaks and with one of the great wonders of the world as the backdrop.

Staying in guesthouses throughout the trek allows you to gain an understanding of authentic Chinese culture as you discover more about the lifestyle of the local people and also taste some incredible local cuisine.


Registration fee: £395
Sponsorship pledge: £3,995

By signing up, you are committing to raising a minimum of £3,995, to help fund our vital care for local people and families. Our expert fundraising team will be on hand to support you with your fundraising to help you achieve this target.

By taking part in this incredible challenge and joining #TeamProspect, you will be raising money for people living with a terminal illness in Swindon and the surrounding areas.

Need more information?

We will be holding an information evening about the trek on Wednesday 15 May at 6.30pm in the hospice. If you would like to attend, please register your interest by completing the form below and you can also download the information booklet for the full itinerary for this bucket-list challenge.



Information booklet

Trek The Great Wall of China information booklet

Information evening

Fill in the form below to register your interest in attending our information evening on Wednesday 15 May at 6.30pm in the hospice.

Information evening

How your fundraising helps

The money you raise will go towards ensuring local people continue to receive free end of life care. People like Megan and her family.

“Sadly, Dad declined quickly but remained adamant that he wanted to die at home. The team at Prospect Hospice made that happen – they came to us with everything we would need. They were simply brilliant. When the end came, they treated us all with experience, respect and dignity, knowing when to be there and when to leave us as a family. It was so comforting to know that we weren’t alone and that they were there for all of us.”