North Island: One of New Zealand’s two main islands. Where the nation of New Zealand was founded. The world’s 14th largest island. A wonderful place, rich in Māori culture. Home to volcanoes, geothermal wonders, forests, islands and beaches.
Big Team Challenge's virtual routes are created to suit a variety of team sizes and challenge durations. Our virtual walks are spread out all over the world, with some covering multiple cities, countries and even continents!
Learn more about our step challenge features
You can find a selection of tutorials for both step challenge organisers and their participants.
If you can't find what you need in our tutorials, perhaps you might like to try our FAQ section, which has a comprehensive list of answers to our most commonly asked questions.
If you'd like you and your teams to walk along this route, the first step will be to check out our pricing and learn more about our features.
Every organisation works differently, so your exercise challenges should reflect that.
Big Team Challenge is a flexible system that allows you to tailor it to your needs, whether that is for an employee fitness challenge or a charity fundraiser.
We have spent a long time building up our library of free virtual walking routes to over 280 different walks!
We have routes that work for teams of 5 over 4 weeks, teams of 10 over 12 weeks, teams of 8 over 6 weeks and every other conceivable combination.
However, sometime you have a very specific route in mind; whether it's a physical journey you've already done and want to showcase to others, or perhaps it's a pilgrimage you've always wanted to undertake, but never had the time to complete...
We can offer custom built routes anywhere and everywhere we can source images and some information about. Perhaps you want to walk pole to pole, or through all the tiny mountain villages of Montenegro?
Get in touch today for a quote on what this might cost.
Sometimes it's just a little easier to have a human talk you through pricing and all the ways you can customise your own step challenge.