The Kokoda Track marks the course of one of the most important battles for Australians in the Second World War.
It is one of the most striking places of Australian wartime history that can be visited.
The men who defended this rugged 96km track were the only line of defence protecting Australia from imminent invasion.
Now you can honour their memory, their bravery and the hardships they faced by taking part in the March On with Soldier On – Mountain Challenge and raise funds to help our modern-day heroes.
March On with Soldier On
To do this, Soldier On has teamed up with Peak Learning Adventures together with K7 Adventures to offer you the ultimate experience on home soil by taking on one of Australia’s most iconic and challenging walking tracks - The Ten Aussie Summits within Kosciuszko National Park - Click here to learn more of this adventure
This is your chance to push yourself by adding some tough mountain miles to your adventure in the very nation that our brave soldiers have defended, all while raising funds for Soldier On.
Ten Aussie Summits
Various trek dates in March available
Minimum fundraising target
Trek cost (payable on registration)
To register or express your interest in this amazing opportunity for 2022, please complete the following form and a Soldier On representative will be in touch to discuss further information and to provide you with the link to sign up when registrations open.
As part of your registration pack you will also receive a FREE copy of Anthony Sharwood's From Snow to Ash - a true story of soul searching and survivial on Australia's toughest hiking trail
Get in quick to register for this amazing opportunity as spots are limited!
In the lead up to the challenge, we will be coaching you with tips and hints to get the most out of your trekking and fundraising experience.
Due to the unprecedented nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no way of knowing if state border restrictions will be enforced at the time. However, we will keep you closely informed of any updates on COVID-19 and any implications this may place on the Ten Aussie Summits Challenge.