The CRS Challenge is a unique program that offers our participants the chance to show their support for cancer research while discovering the world and surpassing themselves through various sporting activities. This unique adventure has a special and specific goal: to motivate our participants to raise funds for the advancement of cancer research.
Have you ever dreamed of visiting Patagonia's glaciers? Of reaching Machu Picchu? Of touching the roof of the world? If so, you most definitely have the soul of a thrill-seeker and the CRS Challenge is for you. Each of our challenges offers you sporting activities adapted to the mythical destinations in which they take place. Get ready for a worry-free experience, thanks to our professional assistance from the moment you start prepping to the moment you return. Our program will allow you to safely discover timeless landscapes where wonder and unexpected challenges will drive you to surpass yourself at every turn. Quench your thirst for discovery, push your personal limits and make this adventure a milestone in the lives of thousands of people living with cancer, as well as your own.
As a CRS Challenge participant, you'll be responsible for collecting funds that will benefit cancer research. In order to achieve this, you’ll have to reach out to your network to get them involved in this great adventure you are taking on! Rest assured, you'll be guided every step of the way by the Cancer Research Society team. We help all our participants to reach their fundraising goals every year. We know fundraising inside out, so we will give you tips on how to mobilize your network and will provide you with the tools you need to make you more effective in this process. The positive response from our participants' networks is always surprising, and people often eagerly offer support in this amazing adventure that ultimately benefits us all.
This challenge is what many enthusiasts consider to be Peru's most stunning trek: the Ausangate climb. Your adventure begins with a visit to the Imperial City, Cusco, selected as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. On the way to Ausangate, you'll discover several relics of the Inca civilization and will cross paths with a unique people, as well as many alpaca and vicuna herds. Higher up, the undisputed champions of the Andes, the condors, along with the snow-capped mountaintops, the multicoloured lagoons and the thousand-year-old glaciers all combine for a breathtaking spectacle!
A traveller at heart, Lydiane’s life has been a journey. You will discover a different, humane approach to travelling by following her adventures with the Cancer Research Society. Above all, you'll realize that our planet is just begging to be explored!