Ready for the challenge of a lifetime? Join the Sole Potential team this year on an unforgettable 5 day expedition through the breathtaking terrains of Jordan, and help to raise money to provide underprivileged young people in the UK with new sports footwear, giving them the opportunity to participate in sport and enjoy all the benefits that come with it.
Sole Potential – Giving Children A Fair Start
Charity Trek – Petra, Jordan
30th October – 6th November 2022
- A 5 day trek along a breath-taking section of the Jordan Trail
- Experience floating in the iconic Dead Sea
- Visit one of the New 7 Wonders of the World
- Discover the ancient ‘rose city’ of Petra, a UNESCO world heritage site
- Witness a blanket of stars as you camp Bedouin-style in the desert.
This new challenge offers a chance to trek through some of the most exhilarating and rugged landscapes in Jordan. You will walk through deep, dramatic gorges and canyons shaped by the elements as well as crossing high ridges on routes once known only to the local Bedouin.
From Dana Nature Reserve, the path along the edge of the desert is surprisingly rich in flora and fauna. The high cliffs are home to Ibex and many species of birds, and the deep valley floor supports a variety of plants. The trail crosses the desert through wide dry river beds leading back into the mountains to climb up and over high passes.
The highlight of the challenge will be the entry into ancient city of Petra where you’ll cross a high plateau and be treated to the sight of the Monastery of Petra gradually coming into view before you twist and turn your way through the Siq into this spectacular ancient Nabatean city. This tough and enchanting challenge is the perfect introduction to magical Jordan!
“Is this challenge calling your name? Spaces are limited so act now to secure your place on this trip of a lifetime and raise funds for our incredible cause in the process.
Take a look at the full itinerary and fundraising goal here, or if you have any questions, get in touch with us via [email protected]”