Cuilcagh Trail Walk

Step out for Animals on Sunday 3rd June 2018

Join the USPCA Cuilcagh Trail Walk in Co Fermanagh on Sunday 3rd June 2018 and raise vital funds for the relief of animal suffering.
Come along with your family and friends and help us generate the money needed to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home the many injured, abused and abandoned animals in need of USPCA care.

Cuilcagh Mountain is becoming a must see location for walkers. Why not add the event to your 2018 bucket list?
The trail meanders through one of the largest expanse of blanket bog in Northern Ireland, traversing farm tracks, boardwalks and mountain path.

The USPCA Cuilcagh Trail Walk 2018 promises to be an amazing experience that you can enjoy, whether you’re an experienced walker or on a family outing. Enjoy the stunning Fermanagh scenery whilst assisting a very worthy cause. Northern Ireland prides itself on being a nation of animal lovers and this is a great opportunity for you to do your bit to support the USPCA and its work in animal welfare in 2018.

Registration is now open.
Register for £15 per person with a suggested minimum sponsorship of £100.

The USPCA is a registered charity and receives no financial support from government. To continue our work we rely on support from the Northern Ireland Public and voluntary donations to provide funds necessary to fulfil our Charitable services.

Event Information

Event Type: Fundraising Trail Walk
Date: Sunday 3rd June 2018
Event Organiser: This walk will be facilitated by Bryson Lagan Sports
Distance: 7.4km to summit
Registration Fee: £15
Suggested Fundraising: £100
Animals: Due to health and safety animals will not be allowed on the walk.
Minimum Age: 14 upwards. Under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult.
Food: Lunch will not be provided at this event. It is recommended to bring a packed lunch. Amenities nearby.
Contact: Colleen Tinnelly – Development Manager
Telephone: 028 302 51000

Location / Starting Point:
The instructed walk / climb will start between 9am and 11am at the Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark, County Fermanagh.

Marble Arch Caves Global Geopark
43 Marlbank Road
County Fermanagh
Northern Ireland BT92 1EW

Recommended Clothing:
Fast drying sportswear (no jeans or cotton)
Waterproof jacket
Hiking boot / shoes
Layers required
Day Rucksack

Sign Up Online Below


Click here to download the below form in PDF format.
Click here to download the sponsorship form.

Cuilcagh Registration Form

Personal information that you supply to us will be treated with the strictest confidence and held securely in line with the Data Protection Act 1998. It will only be used to ensure a safe and enjoyable activity or in the case of an emergency. We will not disclose your information to any company outside of USPCA / Bryson LaganSports and will ensure that it is disposed safely and securely when no longer required.

Personal Details

Next of Kin Details

Registration Payment & Declaration

Medical Statement

If you have indicated on this form that you have Asthma or need an inhaler for any reason you must bring this with you on your activity!
(Please bring any medication/inhalers etc. with you on the day)

Medical Practitioner Details

Declaration / Suitability to Participate. Signed by PARTICIPANT or Parent / Guardian

I the undersigned give permission for (enter name in to field below) to take part in any Activities run by Bryson LaganSports, and to the best of my knowledge, the above details are correct.
I understand that all Outdoor Adventure Activities have a certain amount of risk of personal injury involved. I understand that Bryson LaganSports has undertaken full risk assessments on all activities and have taken every effort to minimise these risks, however I am aware that all risk cannot be eliminated and that it may still be possible for an accident to occur which may not have been foreseen.
I confirm that professional medical advice has been sought regarding any relevant medical condition mentioned above and that the person to whom this form relates is suitable to participate.
Parent or Guardian to sign if under 18