More than Five Years of Adventures
Our Gutsy Challenge adventures have included climbing Mt Kilimanjaro in Africa, Mt Aconcagua in Argentina, Mt Kosciuszko in NSW and New Zealand’s Southern Alps. They have involved cycling through Cambodia, trekking Larapinta in the Northern Territory, trekking along the Western Australia coastline and the Overland Track in Tasmania.
By joining our Gutsy Challenges, you become part of an amazing group of dedicated individuals all committed to supporting GI cancer research and seeing improvements in treatments for those diagnosed with digestive cancers.
But don’t take our word for it. Here are some testimonials from past Gutsy trekkers:
“Having the privilege to meet so many patients and families over the years affected by GI cancers, it was great to be part of a team wanting to make things better for patients both now and into the future,” Jenny Arena, Mt Kosciuszko Gutsy Challenge 2021.
“What I loved most about the Cape to Cape track was the beautiful scenery with breaching whales and carpets of wildflowers. I chose to do the challenge to visit this beautiful part of the world and give back to the GI Cancer Institute,” Trish Lawler, Cape to Cape Gutsy Challenge 2019.
“The thing that I really enjoyed about it was that everyone got on so well. I thought the team dynamics were fantastic and contributed to making it such an enjoyable event,” Professor Niall Tebbutt, Mt Aconcagua Gutsy Challenge 2017.
To find out more about how you can be part of a Gutsy Challenge to a new, exciting destination, visit our 2021 Gutsy Challenge page or email email@example.com.
ANOTHER GUTSY CHALLENGE OVER
Congratulations to our 2021 Mt Kozi trekkers! With 60 participants and an incredible team leader, we raised over $140,000 to contribute towards our 2021 Innovation Grant.
The contributions made through the Gutsy Challenges are vital to our mission to translate bold new ideas into life-saving clinical trials that help patients as quickly as possible. It is thanks to the support of people in the community, that we are able to continue our work into GI cancer research.
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