The Pamplona Tennis Club cycling group will do ‘non stop’ the Camino de Santiago in favor of Architecture Without Borders

The funds will be used for a housing rehabilitation project in Ujué for a family at risk of social exclusion


The Pamplona Tennis Club cycling group will carry out, between August 20 and 21, a solidarity challenge in favor of Navarra Architecture Without Borders consisting of traveling ‘non stop’ the Camino de Santiago, between Roncesvalles and Santiago de Compostela.

The objective is to raise funds for Navarra Architecture Without Borders, which is immersed in a housing rehabilitation project in Ujué for a family at risk of social exclusion, in collaboration with the City Council’s Base Social Service. All the funds raised with this challenge will go entirely dedicated to the rehabilitation works.

The challenge consists of completing the Camino de Santiago on a ‘Non Stop’ road bike, from the Collegiate Church of Roncesvalles (Navarra) to the Plaza del Obradoiro (Santiago de Compostela). This means, without stopping to sleep, the march will only stop at predetermined times before the challenge to eat, change clothes and supplies, explain those responsible for the initiative.

The march will begin on August 20 at 6:30 in the morning from the collegiate church of Roncesvalles with the intention of reaching Santiago de Compostela on the 21st between 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. The 790 km of distance will be covered in a time around 30 hours of walking, which will mean about 34 hours with stops.

Donations can be made to the account number ES14 3008 0001 1507 0038 4027 including the word ‘Challenge’ in the concept together with the name, surnames and DNI.



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