How do I get there?

Recommended airport: Glacier Park International airport (transfers provided). Transfers are managed through our hotel partner Grouse Mountain lodge who will provide a shuttle service. Making your own way? Meeting point is at Grouse Mountain Lodge, conference room 1. Monday evening event briefing at 6pm. There are many domestic flights into Glacier Park International but no…

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How do I get there?

Recommended airport: Marrakech (transfers provided) Transfer leaves airport Friday 12pm (exact location details will be provided nearer the time) Transfer returns to airport Sunday at 10am Making your own way? Meeting point is at Marrakech airport on Friday at 12pm. Timings broken down: Amizmiz which is the start of the bike stage is 60 mins…

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How fit do I have to be?

At IGO, attitude will get you further than aptitude. We firmly believe that anyone can complete an IGO with a decent base level of fitness and have had people from 15 – 60 years old take part. The speed that you set on the route is up to you, but the slower you go the…

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How good do I need to be at kayaking?

You do not need any experience of kayaking to take part in the Montana Challenge. There will be a chance on the optional training day to learn the basic skills and practice on the river. The kayaks we use are inflatable kayaks and do not have skirts. There are some small areas of white water…

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How hard is the route?

Everyone has their own Everest, pinpointing the difficulty is hard in itself! Each IGO route is designed to take people between 4-8 hrs. One thing we can guarantee is that there will be some lows and some amazing highs!

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How hot is it going to be?

Morocco in October can be hot – up to 28C – so it is essential to ensure that you have the right clothing that will not only keep you cool but also protect you from the sun. We also recommend a 3 litre CamelBak so that you are carrying sufficient water. There will also be…

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What are the showers and loos like?

There are portable toilets a short walk from the main camp area. We position the location of camp to be as wild as possible which makes it difficult to bring showers into camp but we are always near natural washing facilities eg a burn, a loch, a lake, a river.

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