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Tough Girl Adventure Calendar
Find out what adventures and challenges women are taking on.
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A year’s journey Trekking over 5500km along the east coast of Australia
Starting from the most southern point of Australia at Wilsons Promontory to the most northern tip of Cape York Peninsula in Queensland.
Climbing all 282 Munros and cycling, kayaking, running and walking.
Doing all 282 Munros, 3000kms, 140,000m of ascent in one continuous, self-propelled push.
Walking from the Orkney Islands to the Scilly Isles. Solo and unsupported.
Walking from The Orkney Islands to the Scilly Isles via many of the U.K.’s trails
The Coolest half marathon on Earth in Greenland
Running the Coolest Half Marathon on earth in greenland- over the ice cap
Cycling Africa: Cairo to Cape Town
1 CONTINENT, 8 COUNTRIES, 10,800km | 58,000 ELEVATION. SETTING A WOMEN’S WORLD RECORD THAT NEEDS TO EXIST
Running 155 Marathons across Australia
155 marathons in 155 days to break the current record held by Kate Jayden (UK)
To be the youngest women to climb all 14, 8k peaks
her plan would be to summit all 14 in 3-4 years meaning she would be 23 years old when she completes her mission.
Doing 14 8K peaks in 2022
Aiming to be the fastest person to climb all 14, 8K peaks. (needs to finish climbing by 2nd Nov 2022)
Break the women's speed record for reaching the South Pole
To become the fastest woman to ski solo and unassisted from the Antarctic coast to the South Pole - needs to break 38 days.
B.I.G. North Pole
Skiing to the North Pole
Six British women, skiing to the North Pole gathering crucial sea ice data.
ANTARCTIC FIRE ANGELS
5 Female #Firefighters on mission to Ski to the #SouthPole in 2023
Ski 1,130km from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole, Unsupported. Approx 45 days.
Riding their tandem bicycle in a record breaking attempt to circumnavigate the world!
To cycle around the World, on a tandem bicycle in 180 days setting a new World Record
Walking from Ushuaia Argentina, to Barrow Alaska.
First women to walk the length of the Earth from Ushuaia Argentina, to Barrow Alaska
Ellen “Magellan” Falterman
Rowing around the world solo
Ellen is attempting to become the first person to complete a global circumnavigation entirely by rowing. 56,000 km
Solo, unsupported crossing of Antarctica
This journey would make her the first female to cross Antarctica, solo and unsupported.
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