Specialists in Cerebral Palsy

Scandinavian Snow Trek 2019

When: 22nd-26th March 2019

Where: Jämtland Triangle, Sweden

Difficulty level: Easy/Moderate

Join Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales for its FIRST EVER Scandinavian Snow Trek. You’ll be taking to the snow with seasoned professionals (from Breaking Trail and Sweden Outdoors Coaching) as you explore the great expanse of the Jämtland Triangle.

The Triangle is one of the most well-known and classic trails for hiking in Sweden and traverses over the region’s highest lying alpine area surrounded by the silent peaks. Hiking the trail in winter brings a new exciting dimension to this fantastic trip.  You’ll be left in awe at the breath-taking scenery and there may even be a chance to see reindeer and the Northern Lights.

Example Itinerary

Days 1 and 5 – Travelling to/from the UK (London) to Sweden (Trondheim)

Days 2 to 4 – Expedition Days (expedition training and trekking on snowshoes)

When you take on the challenge with us, you’ll get:

  • Fundraising advice and support (to help you reach your target)
  • A FREE performance top
  • A FREE fundraising pack
  • Support in getting your story/information out there to help raise money
  • Advice from us on how to set up your own online fundraising page

Fundraising: You’ll be raising money for the cost of your trip and for Bobath Wales. Your £150 deposit for this trek is due when you register, with the remaining £1,350 due by Thursday 31st January 2019.

Minimum Sponsorship – £1,500

This year, we need to raise over £1.3m to run the Centre and provide ongoing specialist Bobath therapy to over 650 children in Wales who have cerebral palsy, so you can see why your support is so valuable to us. For more, information please contact us.


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We can’t wait to see you there!

Our event is being held in order to raise vital money needed by Bobath Children’s Therapy Centre Wales to help more children who have cerebral palsy. The charity supports children and their families, helping them to have a better quality of life.