"What a wonderful time I have had trekking from Glastonbury to Stonehenge with a group of like-minded pilgrims realising a dream. I can't overstate how much I enjoyed the whole experience! Beautiful scenery and wildlife, including hares, deer, red kites and more.
Doctor Julia, who joined as a participant, and the Challenge Leader, Theo, were incredible. He had obviously done an incredible amount of research beforehand so that we got the most out of the Challenge. Meeting up with Mark Corney made our tour of Stonehenge so much more informative and interesting than it would have been otherwise.
I would recommend Dream Challenges to anyone looking for adventure, having had my Dream Trek to Kilimanjaro summit postponed twice due to Covid, I'm seriously considering taking it on next year!"
- John, Glastonbury to Stonehenge 4-Day Trek 2021 participant
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