Kokoda Trek - Adelaide Crows Foundation

Adelaide Crows Foundation Treks Kokoda supporting children with brain cancer in need in SA

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The Kokoda Track is a single-file foot thoroughfare that runs 96 kilometres through the Owen Stanley Range in Papua New Guinea. The Track is a narrow, uneven, muddy path with numerous steep inclines and declines. The physical challenges of the Kokoda Track are immense. Long demanding days of hiking through steep, sometimes slippery terrain, often to points of high altitude and under a hot sun. Mornings are early, with the daily trek commencing at sunrise.

Whilst the trek is one of the most challenging things our participants will do, both mentally and physically. They will draw strength knowing their achievement will support children in need. The Crows Foundation supports close to 20,000 disadvantaged children through well-being, education, indigenous and inclusion programs. The NRF search for a cure for childhood brain cancer, the killer of more children than any other disease, for which treatments have not improved in the past 30 years.

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Wednesday 16 October 2024

Kokoda SA
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