About The Walk

The Walk of Britain expedition will see four British and two US wounded veterans walk 1,000 miles across mainland Britain, starting in Scotland on August 22nd and finishing at Buckingham Palace on November 1st. You can see the full route here. There are some facts and figures about the Walk below. If you want to donate you can do so on this Virgin Money Giving page – or see how else you can help on our Get Involved page.

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391

Buy A Mile donations so far

4

peaks will be sumitted, including Ben Nevis, Scafell and Snowdon

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6

wounded soldiers make up the Walk of Britain team

10

litres of sun cream will be used between the six team members

1,440,000

calories will be burned by the team in total

240

litres of water will be drunk by each team member during the Walk

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72

days total duration of the Walk, starting August 22nd and finishing November 1st

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1,000

The total number of miles the team will walk

2,160

meals will be prepared by the support crew over the course of the Walk

5,280,000

The approximate number of steps each team member will take

150

villages, towns and cities that the route passes through

30

support drivers working on rotation over the duration of the Walk