The third edition of Oxfam India Trailwalker in Bengaluru witnessed 187 teams walking 100km from Pearl Valley, Anekal to Bidadi.
Oxfam India Trailwalker is not just a tough physical challenge, it is also a rewarding fundraising challenge, with each team raising funds to support people living in poverty in India.
The trail begins from the picturesque Pearl Valley, edging the boundaries of the Bannerghatta National Park and ends at Bidadi off Bengaluru. Bird spotting, silk farming and much more on the avail.
Oxfam Trailwalker is a huge logistical exercise, and we couldn’t do it without the support our wonderful volunteers. Oxfam Trailwalker is also a community event, bringing together people from all walks of life.
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