Looking for a memorable event to energise & motivate your Team, without the hassle & high costs of organising your own, or the risks with an unproven supplier? An Ultra Challenge® gets colleagues active & bonding on a fun, accessible, safe, high quality outdoors event - ideal for a wide range of ages & athletic abilities, and perfect to boost wellbeing, loyalty, and perhaps support your 'charity of the year'. Teams can be of any size - take on a distance that suits them, at their pace - there are 16 fantastic events to choose from in stunning countryside - with optional hospitality packages available if you want to make it your own special event!

perfect for your Team!

Fantastic  ‘oven ready’ accessible events, distance options to suit all, with full support & hospitality.  Excellent value with no set up costs, and will provide an unforgettable energised bonding experience for your team and their wellbeing! With flexible joining mechanisms to suit your group, and optional enhanced hospitality packages available (including private gazebos, branding, support vehicles, and accommodation packages) – you can make it your own special event.

From a group of 6 looking for an active weekend, to companies with a few hundred colleagues supporting their charity of the year and getting to know each other better – there’s an Ultra Challenge® for your team!

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Teams can Walk, Jog, or Run 25 km, 50 km, 75 km, or  even 100 km (+ a few 10 km / 10 mile events) – and mixing it all up to suit colleagues with a range of fitness levels is fine!

You won’t find more accessible, flexible, sociable, and rewarding events anywhere! 

For over 23 years Action Challenge has planned & operated events in the UK & Overseas, and have a 1st class record. ‘On Foot’ is much safer than ‘on wheels’ cycling; our events are fully risk assessed, and operated to the highest standards with teams of medical professionals & qualified mountain leaders involved with safety teams.

We deal with over 400 UK Charities, and Ultra Challenges are perfect events to get colleagues behind  fundraising initiatives for your Charity of the year.

We have a range of flexible payment options to make it all easy for you & for your chosen charity, and can advise on the best way ‘to bring it all alive’ with team JustGiving fundraising pages.

We provide tailored online registration forms and webpages to make colleague sign-up easy, and our dedicated ‘Challenge App’ communicates all the key information to them – enabling you to focus on recruiting participants and getting on with your job!

For teams of 20+ we can offer discounts, and have a range of payment options to make it easy for bulk payment via invoice, or to collect an agreed registration fee from colleagues, and to involve your chosen charity where applicable.

Whether it’s your own gazebo or marquee decorated with your branding at the start – or perhaps overnight camping for your colleagues – or group transport up to the event – we can tailor a bespoke hospitality package to turn your Ultra Challenge® into your own special company event!

Your Team will have a fantastic, inclusive experience on an Ultra Challenge®. For many it will also kick start a more active life-style; others will come back energised & motivated – and all will understand fellow colleagues a little bit better.! 

Parallel to each ‘real’ Ultra Challenge®, for very large teams –  we can run a ‘Virtual Version’. This means the overall company ‘challenge event’ can be opened up to a much wider audience – for those who cant ‘make it on the day, or live too far away.

Colleagues can then take on their challenge anywhere – either over an extended period that suits them – or over the weekend of the ‘real’ thing – and join in online with their stories via social media.

A great value way to engage with, and motivate, the wider team!

Full Support

We’ll help everyone prepare for an Ultra Challenge® – with an App, online guides, forums, and optional training walks. On the day there’s the best support & hospitality you’ll find on any similar styled event – with  camping options, a noisy send off, a fully signed route, chip timing, marquee rest stops, fantastic food & drink, and expert safety, medical, and welfare teams. It’s a big finish line cheer, a medal, a glass of fizz, finishers t shirt, massage, BBQ, and an event to really remember!

There’s an App to download once signed up – with guides, optional extra bookings, route maps, kit lists, training videos & plans, and much more – along with and all the latest updates leading up to the event. Our Facebook forum is great place for advice and hints & tips. 

Experienced Ultra Challengers help develop our training guides & videos on – foot care, nutrition, hydration, & building distance up for all levels of experience. We also run optional training walks.

There are bookable coach transfers, shuttle busses, & parking options before & after the challenge to make travel planning a bit easier.  Most Events offer camping packages at the ~50 km Saturday ‘half way’ for the 2 day ‘Daylight’ 100 km challenge option (or for half challenge finish / start), and on many events camping at the main start venue for Friday night camping before the event.

Pink arrows, ribbon, & glow-sticks at night, mark the route, and with Google maps in the App – you won’t get lost! Our chip timing has you scanned at rest stops, with your progress tracked, and can be  shared online for family & friends. 

There are covered rest stops every ~12.5 km or so, with major stops each ~25 km – with seating, clean toilets, medical services, & shuttle busses. There’s a range of snacks & drinks at all stops, with full meals at major ones & at the finish – all included in your entry fee.

Rest stops have expert medical teams, including – doctors, paramedics, first aiders, podiatrists, & massage services. There’re emergency response teams, safety marshals & ‘Trek Masters’ on the route – with a 24 hr control room just a phone call away. 

The finish line is a celebration, and quite emotional for many after a tough journey. You’ll get a big cheer, a medal, a glass of fizz, a visit to the massage tent or foot clinic, and a welcome BBQ. Memories will be long lasting – perhaps personal goals redefined – and a great sense of achievement.

16 Amazing Challenges

From the Isle of Wight up to the Lake District, there are 16 fantastic events your team can join. Some are on stunning coastal paths, some are up & down rolling hills, and others are on historic trails. Each Ultra Challenge® is unforgettable – with distance options to suit all – and with a range of Optional Extras to make it easy to join the event. Make 2024 a special year for your team!


Lake District Ultra Challenge

8-9 June 2024

100 km loop + Half & Quarter Challenge options & Ambleside 10K


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Isle of Wight Ultra Challenge

5-6 May 2024

106 km ‘Full Island’ Loop + Half & Quarter Island options.


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London 2 Brighton Ultra Challenge

25-26 May 2024

100 km + Half & Quarter Challenge distance options


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South Coast Ultra Challenge

7-8 Sept 2024

100 km + Half & Quarter Challenge options


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Jurassic Coast Ultra Challenge

18-19 May 2024

100 km + Half & Quarter Challenge options AND Marathon + Double Marathon & Bridport 10K


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Thames Path Ultra Challenge

14 – 15 Sept 2024

100 km + 3/4 + Half & Quarter Challenge options

+ Thames Bridges 25km Trek (Sat – Central London)

+ Friday Moonlight 10K Walk (Central London)

+ The Henley 10K (Sunday)


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South West Coast 50 Ultra Challenge

3 August 2024

50 km Loop + 25 km & 10 km Challenge options


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Peak District Ultra Challenge

6-7 July 2024

100 km Loop + Half & Quarter Challenge options & The Bakewell 10 Mile. 


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Cotswold Way Ultra Challenge

22 – 23 June 2024

100 km + Half & Quarter Challenge options.


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Chiltern 50 Ultra Challenge

28 Sept 2024

50 km Loop + 25 km & 10K Challenge options


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North Downs 50 Ultra Challenge

27 July 2024

50 km Loop + 25 km & 10km Challenge options.


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Easter 50 Ultra Challenge

Sat 6 April 2024

50 km 0r 25 km Loops 


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London Summer Walk

Sat 24 August 2024

25 KM or 10 KM looped route – Woolwich Start / Finish


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London Halloween Walk

Sat 26 October 2024

25 KM or 10 KM spooky looped route options. Start / finish – The Oval Cricket Ground ‘dungeon’,


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NEW – Kent Downs 50 Ultra Challenge

Sat 12 October 2024

50 KM, 25 KM or 10 KM looped routes options. Start / finish – The Kent Showground nr. Maidstone.



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APRIL 2024

Sat 6th

Easter 50
Ultra Challenge®

NOTE - Event is on the Saturday AFTER the Easter weekend

A great event to get in shape for Summer!

The first Ultra Challenge of the season – and a good one to take on after the Easter break! From the Windsor Racecourse basecamp, you can Walk, Jog or Run a looped route 50 km, 25 km, or 10 km through historic Windsor, along the Thames Path, and enjoy some wonderful surrounding countryside. You’ll get a few Easter surprises, a neck buff & medal, hot food & drink at the finish – and it’s a great event to test those legs, and to get in shape!


Join us the weekend after Easter.  Windsor is the historic backdrop – and the Racecourse is our Challenge basecamp. You’ll head through the Great Park, with fantastic views of the Castle, along the famous Thames Path, and take in some wonderful surrounding countryside.  It’s easy to get to, there’s plenty of parking – a great atmosphere, and distance options to suit all.

  • 50 km (Figure of 8 – 2 loops) – through Windsor to a rest stop at Runnymede, and back to basecamp via The great Park for a picnic lunch. Then a 2nd 25 km loop out of basecamp to Eton and taking in the Thames Path. Hot food at the finish.
  • 25 km (Loop) – through Windsor with a rest stop at historic Runnymede, and back to basecamp via the Castle’s Great Park. Hot food at the finish.
  • 10 km (Loop) – around Windsor and the castle area. Picnic at finish.

Transport Options

  • Parking available at basecamp.
  • Pre & post challenge bus transfer options from Slough Station (good links to London & the west)

Optional bookings - do once you've signed up to the Challenge.

MAY 2024


Isle of Wight
Ultra Challenge®

The Island is easy to get to – with good transport links, and its’ coastal path is the setting for an unforgettable challenge which 2,000 or so adventurers will take on over the bank holiday weekend. From our Chale basecamp in the south, it’s clockwise to Cowes, and on through with the historic resorts in the south for the 106 km ‘full Island’ challenge. With 3/4. 1/2, & 1/4 half Island options also, new ‘Cross Island’ & ‘Medina 10 mile’ events, plus camping packages – there’s a fantastic active weekend challenge for all!


Our Chale basecamp in the south makes a perfect start / finish venue. The coastal path is one of the best – with amazing views, ups & downs, cliffs & sandy beaches, iconic Needles, Cowes with its famous marinas, and historic resort towns of Ventnor, Shanklin & Sandown. If you’ve not been to the Isle of Wight – you’ll love it – and with a fantastic Ultra Challenge to take on – it will be an unforgettable May bank holiday weekend!

  • Full Island106 km – as a full-on ‘continuous’ challenge ’round the island’ from the Chale basecamp
  • Full Island ‘Daylight’ – 106 km over 2 days with a Cowes half way + overnight  camping option or local B&B.
  • NEW – 3/4 Island option – continuous or over 2 days. Great event to up to if you’ve done a ‘half’ before
  • 1st Half – 52 km, Chale to Cowes, taking in the Needles & the spectacular southern cliffs.
  • 2nd Half – 54 km, Cowes to Chale. Also Ideal if you want to join up with a Full Challenge friend.
  • Quarters – 1st (Sat) or 4th (Sun) if ~25 km is your thing – both options have great highlights!
  • NEW – Cross Island Challenge – 30 km, Cowes to Chale. Explore the interior of the island! 
  • NEW – Medina 10 mile. Explore Cowes and the River Medina Estuary with its marinas.

Transport Options

  • Pre-event shuttles from Cowes ferry to the start
  • Pre-event shuttles from ‘finish lines’ (so you can ‘park & ride’ to your start)
  • Post-event shuttles to Cowes ferry & back to the start
  • Parking – at the start in Chale & other main venues (including Cowes)

Camping Options

  • Inclusive package, or pitch only / camper van
  • Friday evening – at Chale start basecamp
  • Saturday evening – at Cowes half way stop for 2 day Daylight ‘Full Challenge’ (or 3/4) or 1/2 Challenge’ start / finish
  • Saturday eveening – at Chale basecamp (for finishers)

Optional bookings - do once you've signed up to the Challenge.

MAY 2024


Jurassic Coast
Ultra Challenge®

Spectacular World Heritage coastline, and an amazing challenge with distance options for all! This is one of the best Ultra Challenges – a tough one – but the most popular, as there’re distance options to suit all!  From the Corfe Castle start, the main route heads down to Swanage, and along to Weymouth at half way for the 100 km full challenge, with lots of ups & downs – and then on to a welcome finish line celebration in the vibrant Dorset town of Bridport.


One of Britain’s stunning coastlines, and a fantastic setting for a challenge – with amazing views, a few steep hills, and varied landscape. A Corfe Castle start, down to Swanage and west to Lulworth Cove and Weymouth at the ‘half way’. Down to the iconic Durdle Door, along to Abbotsbury, on to Chesil Beach, over West Bay’s famous sandstone cliffs – and finally a welcome finish line in Bridport. Highlights all the way – and  distance choices to suit everyone! With camping options at the Corfe Castle & Weymouth – it will be an unforgettable Dorset Coast weekend.

  • Full Challenge – 100 km as a full-on ‘continuous’ challenge from Corfe Castle to Bridport, via Weymouth.

  • Full ‘Daylight’ – 100 km over 2 days, with Weymouth half way overnight camping option or local hotel / B&B.

  • 3/4 Challenge (76km) – new for 2024 – and perfect if you want to up the distance – without taking on the Full 100km

  • 1st Half –  a tough & varied 58 km, from Corfe Castle to Weymouth, with many of the ‘Jurassic’ highlights.

  • 2nd Half – 42 km (a marathon!) from Weymouth to Bridport. Also Ideal for joining a ‘Full Challenge’ friend.

  • Jurassic Marathon – 42 km Corfe Castle to Weymouth – so much better than pounding those pavements!

  • Quarters1st (25 km) is a loop of the Isle of Purbeck via Swanage, or The Classic Jurassic 2nd Quarter (34 km) to Weymouth via Lulworth Cove.

  • Bridport 10K –  a great looped route out of our main finish line basecamp taking in a wonderful coastal section.

Transport Options

  • Pre-event shuttles from local train stations to start
  • Pre-event transfer from finish lines (so you can ‘park & ride’ to your start)
  • Post-event shuttles to local station & back to the start
  • Parking – at the start in Corfe Castle + at Weymouth + at Bridport

Camping Options

  • Inclusive packages or pitch only.
  • Available at the main Corfe Castle start (for Friday evening)
  • Weymouth 58 km ‘half way’ stop for 2 day ‘Full Challenge’ or for ‘Half, Quarter, or Marathon.

Optional bookings - do once you've signed up to the Challenge.

JUNE 2024


Cotswold Way
Ultra Challenge®

A spectacular 100 km looped route from our new basecamp in Cirencester – the ‘capital’ of the Cotswolds – which takes in some fabulous scenery. Stunning views, idyllic villages, and rolling hills – it’s easy to access, plenty of parking, and there’s onsite pre-event University style accommodation at basecamp. A testing challenge, with some tough climbs in the first half –  and rewards with a real sense of achievement.

A looped route from our Cirencester basecamp with a some tough, including Coaley Peak with stunning views out to the west towards the Bristol Channel & Wales beyond. ‘Half way, of the full challenge, is Wotton-under-Edge – with camping options available. A great way to experience the best of the Cotswolds – and with optional University hall accommodation at the basecamp makes it better than ever!

  • – Full Challenge – 100 km as a full-on ‘continuous’ challenge – Cirencester start & finish.

  • Full ‘Daylight’ – 100 km over 2 days with half way overnight camping option or B&B.

  • 3/4 Challenge (new) ~76 km from Painswick to Cirencester – and ideal if you want to ‘up’ your distance!

  • 1st Half ~53 km to Wotton, taking in a few tough hills – but rewarded with stunning views!

  • 2nd Half  ~47 km from Wotton. Also Ideal if you want to join up with a Full Challenge friend.

  • Quarters – if 25 km is more your thing – there’re options for both the 1st & the stunning 2nd

  • Cirencester 10 km (new)  – if you’re in the area and want a bit of exercise and to explore the countryside – come and join us. Families are welcome! 

Transport Options

  • Pre-event transfers so you can park at the finish of your challenge, and get a transfer to the start
  • Post event transfers – to local train stations
  • Weekend parking at Cirencester & Wotton

Accommodation & Camping

  • Friday (& Saturday) night accommodation option in University halls at Cirencester start/ finish
  • Saturday night camping packages at Wootton Half Way rest stop

Optional bookings - do once you've signed up to the Challenge.

Walk, Hike, or Trek

100 km < 24 hours or 50 km < 12 hours

Up for a NEW style of Ultra Challenge?


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50 or 25 km looped routes through Windsor & the Thames Valley

4/5 MAY' 24

Around the Islands’ stunning coastal path. Cliffs, beaches, & climbs

18/19 MAY' 24

Iconic Dorset Coastline – with amazing scenery & great climbs

25/26 MAY' 24

Capital to Coast. Richmond start, North & South Downs – 60% Off road

8/9 JUNE' 24

Looped route from Kendal base camp in the fabulous Lake District

22/23 JUNE' 24

Up and down the iconic Cotswolds Way’s hills & trails

6/7 JULY' 24

Looped routes from Bakewell base camp = great scenery & climbs

27 JULY' 24

A looped route of 50, 25 or 10km around the Surrey North Downs

3 AUG' 24

A Minehead start taking in the best of Exmoor and the stunning coastline

24 AUG' 24

A 25km loop through the historic East Thames ‘Gateway ‘of London

7/8 SEPT' 24

Eastbourne start, 7 Sisters, S Downs Way, Brighton – Arundel finish

14/15 SEPT' 24

Take on England’s greatest river – from Putney Bridge to Henley

14 SEPT' 24

25 km & zig-zag over 16 of London’s historic bridges – Capital’s best views!

13 SEPT' 24

Take on a Friday pm 10 km or a 10 mile loop of the city by twilight

28 sept' 24

50km, 25 km, or 10K – from a Henley basecamp, with camping

12 OCT' 24

NEW event – with basecamp near Maidstone. 50km, 25km, & 10K

26 OCT' 24

Spooky 25 km & 10K looped routes through Central London!

25 & 26 JAN' 25

Full or Half Marathon + 10k through Central London – from Oval Cricket Ground 


Our Ultra Challenge Corporate Brochure has full details

Corporate Info Sheets

Click on the logo below & download the event info sheet –  which includes: pricing, distances options, fundraising (if you wish to support a charity) – and Optional Extras – to make it easy to join (bus transfers, parking, camping)

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OUR 2023 TEAMS...

It was record breaking year for our Ultra Challenge Series with over 200 teams from companies of all sizes taking part in an event  – either as a fundraising endeavour, team bonding experience or employee engagement activity away from the desk! Below are just a few of the teams who joined us this year!


Hospitality Packages

To reward your team, or just to make the challenge special, we also offer optional extras to create your own bespoke event experience! We can cater to all your requirements – from helping to meet CSR objectives – to making it a memorable celebration weekend.

Case study...

We organised a package for the Ben Charity & their team from BMW on our Thames Bridges Trek, with bespoke hospitality to make their day special.

Enquire about your team

Follow in their footsteps...

Over 20 years 000’s of challengers have taken part in our events from companies of all sizes – FTSE 100’s, major international banks, and supermarkets – to local shops, garages, and accountants. Some return year on year on the same event, and others taking on a new challenge – with the same great team experience & bonding. Step up to an Ultra Challenge® – we look forward to welcoming your team in 2024. 

We also run organise bespoke challenge events for clients – which range from road cycling and hiking events in the UK & Europe, to tough treks & off road adventures in stunning locations across the globe. If you are up for a challenge – Action Challenge is here to help!  

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A special end of season Ultra Challenge® with 2 marathon distances over 2 days heading down the spectacular Draa Valley to a finish line amongst the sand dunes on the edge of the Sahara in south Morocco. A fantastic basecamp with Bedouin style camping, autumn sunshine, full support, a hotel in magical Marrakech – optional extension packages – and an unforgettable experience!


Walk, Jog, or Run - 2 Marathons - 1 Amazing Adventure!

It’s 2 marathon distances over 2 days on an inspirational route through the dramatic scenery of Wadi Rum, with vast silent landscapes, ancient sun baked riverbeds, sand dunes, and a Bedouin style basecamp. A 6 day action packed trip – a testing challenge, magnificent scenery, camping under the stars, camaraderie, a visit to Petra, and some relaxation in the therapeutic waters of the Dead Sea. An unforgettable Arabian adventure !


Walk, Jog, or Run
2 Moroccan Marathons
1 Amazing Adventure!

Summer 2024

Alongside our Ultra Challenge events – we’ve taken over 6,000 trekkers to Kilimanjaro’s majestic 5,895m summit, with 40 group trips each year that individuals, friends, and family can join, supported by our UK mountain leaders, expedition medics, with the best local teams & guides. If you’re after a real adventure – few are better than a Kilimanjaro Challenge!

About us

Inspirational challenges!

We plan & deliver amazing corporate challenges! Teams from Harrods, DHL, HSBC, Citibank and many more have climbed Kilimanjaro with us, and the likes of Tesco, British Gas, Fujitsu, and M&S have taken thousands of colleagues on large scale UK events, raising £’ millions for their CSR partners, energising their workforce and boosting well-being. We have 20 years experience working with organisations of all sizes, and our team will ensure that your challenge delivers for your team!

Get in touch:


Our Corporate Brochure has details of how we can work with you.

Our Charity Partners

We’re proud to work with a range of fantastic charities, which will benefit from the £7+ million fundraising each year. Our Series Partners are some of the UK’s major national charities, and there’re also regional and local charities as Challenge Partners for each event – and a range of Associate Partners.  Choose to fundraise for a Charity Partner and you’ll get up to 50% OFF normal reg fees – and they’ll provide support to help you reach your target!

Series Partners

Challenge Partners


or fundraise for ONE OF 300+ other CHARITIES

Enquire about your team

100km in under 24 hrs or 50km in 12 hrs.

Ultra Challengers – do you have what it takes to pit yourself against the Ultra Clock?  ULTRA MARCH™ is a NEW category in existing Ultra Challenge® events to Push Yourself Further!

Of course many who run & jog crack the 24 hr/100km pace in droves on Ultra Challenge events. However, an Ultra March™ is about WALKING at a brisk & consistent pace with other like minded challengers – a bit like a march – and still taking in the great rest stops & services of an Ultra Challenge!

  • Participants opt in to the Ultra March™ category within an event.
  • Up to 300 will set off together as a big Ultra March™ group.
  • Single Start Time is generally ‘last off’ – typically 9.30 – 10.00am Saturday.
  • FREE Ultra March™ T shirt & headband at registration to look the part!
  • Ultra March™ ‘Pacers’ set the min. pace (with ‘sensible’ rest stop time).
  • Special Finishers Medal & Certificate .
  • ‘Hall of Fame’ on the website (optional!)

The new Ultra March™ category will be in 11 of the 2024 Ultra Challenge® events – starting end of May:

  • London 2 Brighton (25 May – 100km)
  • Lake District (8 June – 100km & 50km)
  • Cotswold Way (22 June – 100km & 50km)
  • Peak District (6 July – 100km & 50km)
  • North Downs 50 (27 July – 50km)
  • South West 50 (3 Aug – 50km)
  • Summer Walk (14 Aug – 100km)
  • South Coast (7 Sept – 100km)
  • Thames Path (14 Sept – 100km & 50km
  • Chiltern 50  (28 Sept 50km)
  • Kent Downs – NEW (12 Oct – 50km)

Over & above the general Ultra Challenge Rules – on an Ultra March™ it’s:

  • STRICTLY WALKING ONLY (no jogging / running)
  • Stage times will be ‘checked’ to ensure the above – supporting Trekmasters will ‘keep an eye open’.
  • You must complete 100km is sub 24 hours (or the 50km in sub 12) to qualify for special medal & certificate & the ‘HALL OF FAME’.
  • If you are ‘outside’ of the time target – you still celebrate with a conventional ‘Ultra Challenge medal / certificate.


  • You will be able to ‘move’ into the appropriate Ultra March™ category on that event. We provide a form to enable that (visit the event page / Ultra March™ block) 


  • You will be able to ‘opt’ into the appropriate Ultra March™ category via the event Registration Form. 

Registration Forms (on applicable events) incorporate an Ultra March ‘Opt In’. If you’re already signed-up to an Ultra Challenge (with an Ultra March™) – visit the event page – and follow the ‘How to Join’ on the Ultra March™ block.

You can fundraise for over
300 different charities...

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
Birmingham Dogs Home
Blue Cross
Born Free Foundation
Cats Protection
David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation
DBARC (The Diana Primblecombe Animal Rescue Centre)
Dogs for Autism
Dogs For Good
Dogs Trust
Explorers Against Extinction
Ferne Animal Sanctuary
Foal Farm Animal Rescue (Friends of Animals League)
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust
Helping Rhinos
IAPWA (International Aid for Protection & Welfare of Animals)
LionAid Ltd.
London Retired Police Dogs Trust (LRPD)
Many Tears Animal Rescue
Mayhew Animal Home
People’s Animal Welfare Society
Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare
RSPCA Isle of Wight
Shark Trust
Stokenchurch Dog Rescue
Sussex Wildlife Trust
The Cotswolds Dogs & Cats Home
The Sheffield Cats Shelter
Wadars Animal Rescue
Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Wildlife Vets International
Wood Green, The Animals Charity

Action Bladder Cancer UK
Action Kidney Cancer
Against Breast Cancer
AMMF – The Cholangiocarcinoma Charity
Anthony Nolan
Blood Cancer UK
Bone Cancer Research Trust
Bowel Cancer UK
Brain Tumour Research
Brain Tumour Research Campaign
Breast Cancer Now
Cancer Research UK
Cancer Research Wales
Children with Cancer UK
Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group
Cyclists Fighting Cancer
Dragonfly Cancer Trust
DT38 Foundation
Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust
Exeter Leukaemia Fund
Follicular Lymphoma Foundation
FORCE Cancer Challenge
Future Dreams Breast Cancer Charity
Guy’s Cancer Charity
HASAG Asbestos Disease Support
Hope for Tomorrow
It’s Good2 Give
Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust
Kidney Cancer UK
Lasting Memories Cancer Trust
Lennox children’s cancer fund
Leukaemia Care
Leukaemia UK
Lingen Davies Cancer Fund
Look Good Feel Better
Lymphoma Action
Macmillan Cancer Support
Make 2nds Count
Melanoma Focus
Melanoma Fund
Mesothelioma UK CIO
Myeloma UK
Neuroendocrine Cancer UK
Odyssey Challenging Cancer
Oracle Cancer Trust
Pancreatic Cancer UK
Paul Strickland Scanner Centre
Penny Brohn UK
Petal – The Christine Woodberry Memorial Trust
PLANETS Cancer Charity
Prostate Cancer Research
Prostate Cancer UK
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
Run 4 Cancer
Sarah Ayoka Oduwaiye Foundation UK
Sarcoma UK
Shine Cancer Support
Solving Kids’ Cancer
Target Ovarian Cancer
Team Verrico
Teenage Cancer Trust
The Brain Tumour Charity
The Christie Charity
The Eve Appeal
The Fitness Support Network
The Indee Rose Trust
The Inflammatory Breast Cancer Network UK
The Jay C Trust
The Robin Cancer Trust
The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity
The Urology Foundation
The Wight Brainy Bunch
Velindre Cancer Charity
Walk the Walk
We Hear You
Wessex Cancer Support
Willow Foundation
World Cancer Research Fund
Young Tongues

4 Youth (South West)
1625 Independent People
Abby’s Heroes
Able Child Africa
Able Child Africa
Access Sport
Action Cerebral Palsy
Alexandra Rose Charity
Amy Winehouse Foundation
Andover and District Mencap
Association of Pakistani Physicians and Surgeons of UK Foundation
Bhubesi Pride Foundation
BOSP (Brighter Opportunities for Special People)
Bright Ideas for Tennis
Cardiac Risk in the Young
Cardinal Hume Centre
Child Bereavement UK
Children Heard and Seen
Children’s Burns Trust
CHUMS Charity
City Gateway
Cochlear Implanted Children’s Support Group
Daisy’s Dream
Dandelion Time
Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation
Diamond Kite Foundation
Disability Challengers
Diverse Abilities
Doing it for Dan
Dreams Come True
Dwarf Sports Association UK
Dylan’s Quest
Empire Fighting Chance
Evelina Children’s Heart Organisation Limited (ECHO Charity)
Evelina London Children’s Charity
Family Action
Family Holiday Charity
First Days Children’s Charity
Friends of Burford School
Friends of Chiltern Wood School
Go Beyond
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity
Greenhouse Sports
Heartline Families
Holly’s Hearts
Home-Start Elmbridge
Home-Start Watford and Three Rivers
Hope and Homes for Children
Hope for Children
Hope’s Heart
Horses for Wellbeing CIO
Hypo Hounds
International Justice Mission
James Hopkins Trust
Jamie’s Farm
Jubilee House Trust
KEEN London
Kicks Count
Kids Matter
Kool Carers South East Ltd
LATCH Welsh Children’s Cancer Charity
Leeds Weekend Care Association
Magic Breakfast
Make it Shine SEN Project
Making The Leap
Me2 Club
Missing People
Momentum Children’s Charity
Mosaic – Supporting Bereaved Children
MYTIME Young Carers
Nacoa (National Association for Children of Alcoholics)
National Bobath Cerebral Palsy Centre
National Deaf Children’s Society
Neuroblastoma UK
North Devon Deaf Children’s Society
Oakley Pre-school Group
Open Arms Malawi
OSCAR’s Paediatric Brain Tumour Charity
PC Nicola Hughes Memorial Fund
Plan International
Positive About Down Syndrome
Prior’s Court Foundation
Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity
Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People
Raise Your Hands
Rays of Sunshine
Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity
Rockinghorse Children’s Charity
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Safe Families for Children
Sebastian’s Action Trust
Sevenoaks Area Youth Trust
Sheffield Sea Cadets
Shooting Star Children’s Hospices
Simon Says
Skylarks Charity
Small Steps
Smile Train UK
Space 2 Be Me
Sparklers Foundation
Spinal Muscular Atrophy UK
St Mary’s Nursery School
St. James’s Place Charitable Foundation
Street Action
Success Club
The Atlas Foundation
The Billington Foundation
The Brompton Fountain
The Children’s Hospital Charity
The Children’s Society
The Evie Dove Foundation
The Friends of Alfie Johnson
The Human Milk Foundation
The Kite Trust
The Lexi May Trust
The Mix
The Mulberry Bush
The Murray Parish Trust
The Prince’s Trust
The Ruth Strauss Foundation
The Sussex Snowdrop Trust
Tiny Tickers
Tree of Hope
Twins Trust
Twins Trust
Unique – Rare Chromosome Disorder Support Group
War Child UK
When You Wish Upon a Star
White Lodge
Winston’s Wish
York and District Group Riding for the Disabled
Young Epilepsy
Young Lives vs Cancer
Young Roots

Bessemer Grange PTA
British Dyslexia Association
British Exploring Society
Coach Core Foundation
CoachBright Charitable Trust
Dartmoor Search and Rescue (Ashburton)
Down Syndrome UK
Friends of the Caribbean
Harrogate Town AFC CIO
Headway Swindon
Legacy Project
National Literacy Trust
Northease Manor School
Orchard Preschool & Playgroup
Peter Jones Foundation
Scottish Mountain Rescue
Seaview Sailing Trust
Shrubberies School PTA
StandOut Programmes
Sussex Cricket Foundation
Teach First
The AHOY Centre Charity
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
The Hope Foundation
The Talent Tap
The Theatre, Chipping Norton
Time and Talents
YHA (England and Wales)
YHA (England and Wales)
Youth Adventure Trust

Alder Trust
Explorers Against Extinction
Groundwork UK
Just One Ocean
Marine Conservation Society
World Land Trust

Acorns Children’s Hospice
Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service
Arthur Rank Hospice Charity
Ashgate Hospice
Campden Home Nursing
Children’s Hospice South West
Cynthia Spencer Hospice
Demelza Hospice Care
Dougie Mac
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices
East Cheshire Hospice
Ellenor Hospice
Farleigh Hospice
Forest Holme Hospice Charity
Francis House Children’s Hospice
Harlington Hospice
Haven House Children’s Hospice
Heart of Kent Hospice
Helen & Douglas House
Hospice in the Weald
Hospice of the Good Shepherd
Hospice UK
Jessie May
Jewish Care
Julia’s House
Katharine House Hospice
Katharine House Hospice – Banbury, Oxfordshire
Keech Hospice Care
Martlets Hospice
Michael Sobell Hospice Charity
Mountbatten Hampshire
Mountbatten, Isle of Wight
Naomi House & Jacksplace
Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice
North Devon Hospice
Nottinghamshire Hospice
Oakhaven Hospice
Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care
Pilgrims Hospices
Primrose Hospice
Priscilla Bacon Hospice Charity
Prospect Hospice
Rennie Grove Peace Hospice Care
Rowans Hospice
Royal Trinity Hospice
Salisbury Hospice Charity
South Bucks Hospice
St Catherine’s Hospice (Crawley)
St Christopher’s Hospice
St Helena Hospice
St John’s Hospice, London
St Lukes Hospice (Basildon & Thurrock)
St Michael’s Hospice – Hastings & Rother
St Peter & St James Hospice
St Peter’s Hospice
St Raphael’s Hospice
St Richard’s Hospice
St Richard’s Hospice, Worcester
St Wilfrid’s Hospice (Eastbourne)
St. Michael’s Hospice (North Hampshire)
Sue Ryder
Thames Hospice
The Hospice of St Francis
Tŷ Hafan Children’s Hospice
Wakefield Hospice
Weldmar Hospicecare
Willen Hospice
Woking & Sam Beare Hospices

Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust
Awyr Las /Blue Sky, the North Wales NHS Charity
Babies in Buscot Support (BIBS)
Barts Charity
Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity
Birmingham Women’s Hospital Charity
Brighter Futures GWH
Bristol & Weston Hospitals Charity
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust Charitable Fund
Countess of Brecknock Hospice Trust
Derby and Burton Hospitals Charity
Dorset County Hospital Charity
First Touch
Good Hope Hospital Charity
Guy’s & St Thomas’ Charity
Heartlands Hospital Charity
Hillingdon Hospitals Charity
Imperial Health Charity
King’s College Hospital Charity
Leeds Cares
LIBRA – The Lions International Blood Research Appeal
Liverpool Women’s Hospital Charity
Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Charitable Fund
Mid & South Essex Hospitals Charity
Oxford Health Charity
Oxford Hospitals Charity
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity
Raise, West Hertfordshire Teaching Hospitals Charity
RNOH Charity – The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital
Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity
Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity
Royal Free Charity
Royal Free Charity
Royal Orthopaedic Charity
Royal Voluntary Service
Solihull Hospital Charity
Southampton Hospital Charity
Spread a Smile
St Georges Hospital Charity
St Mark’s Hospital Foundation
The London Ambulance Charity
The Oliver Fisher Special Care Baby Trust
UCLH Charity

50 Million Voices
Action for A-T
Action for M.E.
Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis
Action Medical Research
Air Ambulance Charity Kent Surrey Sussex
Alcohol Change UK
Alex, The Leukodystrophy Charity (TLC)
Allergy UK
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Support Services
Alzheimer’s Research UK
Alzheimer’s Society
Anaphylaxis UK
Animal Free Research UK
Antenatal Results and Choices (ARC) LTD
Asthma + Lung UK
Ataxia UK
Back Up Trust
Blood Pressure UK
Bowel Research UK
Bradbury Care Centre ltd
Brain Injury is Big
Brain Tumour Support
British Heart Foundation
British Liver Trust
British Sjögren’s Syndrome Association
British Skin Foundation
Burning Nights CRPS Support
Cardiomyopathy UK
Caudwell LymeCo
Cavell Nurses’ Trust
Cavernoma Alliance UK
Centre for ADHD & Autism Support
Certitude Support
Challenging MND
Chilterns Neuro Centre
Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team
Coeliac UK
Crohn’s & Colitis UK
Cystic Fibrosis Trust
Darby Rimmer MND Foundation
Dementia Adventure
Dementia Forward
Dementia UK
Dentaid The Dental Charity
Devon Air Ambulance Trust
Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance
Down’s Syndrome Association
Duchenne UK
East of England Ambulance Service Charity
Encephalitis International
Endometriosis UK
Epilepsy Action
Epilepsy Research Institute UK
Epilepsy Society
Facial Palsy UK
Fight for Sight
Gene People
Gloucestershire Deaf Association
Great North Air Ambulance Service
Group B Strep Support
Guide Dogs
Guild Care
Guts UK Charity
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance
Hampshire Medical Fund
Happy to Help Foundation
Harrow Shopmobility
Harry’s Hydrocephalus Awareness Trust
Headway Portsmouth and south east Hampshire
Headway Surrey
Huntingdon, Peterborough & Cambridge MS Therapy Centre
Huntington’s Disease Association
Independent Age
Kidney Care UK
Kidney Research UK
Klinefelter’s Syndrome Association
Klinefelter’s Syndrome Association(KSA)
Lilian Faithfull Care
Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance
Llanberis Mountain Rescue CIO
London’s Air Ambulance
Macular Society
Magpas Air Ambulance
Meningitis Now
Meningitis Research Foundation
Mikaere Foundation
Moorfields Eye Charity
Motor Neurone Disease Association
MPS Society
MS Society
MS Trust
Multiple System Atrophy Trust
Muscular Dystrophy UK
National Autistic Society
National Axial Spondyloarthritis Society
National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society
NCBRS Worldwide Foundation
Nephrotic Syndrome Trust (NeST)
Nerve Tumours UK
Nystagmus Network
Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis
PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide
Parkinson’s UK
PKD Charity
Prader-Willi Syndrome Association UK
Prevent Breast Cancer
PSP Association
Retina UK
Reverse Rett
Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)
Royal Osteoporosis Society
Sands, Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Charity
Scleroderma & Raynaud’s UK
Scoliosis Campaign Fund
Seachange Devon
Spinal Research
Stroke Association
Support Dogs
Sussex Community NHS Charity
Terrence Higgins Trust
The Brain Charity
The Chiltern Centre
The Cure Parkinson’s Trust
The Dinosaur Trust
The Forward Trust
The Haemophilia Society
The Lily Foundation
The Lullaby Trust
The Maddi Foundation
The Meath Epilepsy Charity
The National Brain Appeal
The Northam Care Trust
The Sara Lee Trust
The Sickle Cell Society
The UK Mastocytosis Support Group
Thrombosis UK
Thyroid UK
Tibbs Dementia Foundation
Treacher Collins Family Support Group
TSA (Tuberous Sclerosis Association)
UK Infantile Spasms Trust
UK Sepsis Trust
Versus Arthritis
Wellbeing of Women

12th Man Mental Health CIC
Alzheimer’s Support
Aston Villa Foundation
BHT Sussex
Breaking Barriers NW
Buckinghamshire Mind
CALM – Campaign Against Living Miserably
Charlie’s Star Charity
Cheltenham Open Door
Citizens Advice South Gloucestershire
Conversation Over Borders
Cruse Bereavement Support
Dartmoor Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy
Dementia Forward
Doctors In Distress
Dorset Mind
East London Cares
east to west
Eden’s Trust
Edward’s Trust
Essex Recovery Foundation
Flint House
Give A Ruck
Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Hounslow Mind
Headway Surrey
Healthcare Workers’ Foundation
Held In Our Hearts
Helping Young Minds
Herts Inclusive Theatre
Home-Start Spelthorne
Isle of Wight Youth Trust
Jasmine Foundation
Joshua Levi Foundation
KIM Inspire
Leeds Mind
Libraries Unlimited
Lincolnshire Rural Support Network
Lincolnshire Rural Support Network
Maddie’s Miracle
Maddie’s Miracle
Manchester Cares
Marah Trust
Max Windle Memorial Trust
Mental Health Foundation
Mental Health Matters
Mental Health Research UK
Mind in Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster
Music for my Mind
My Foothold
Our Dementia Choir
PANDAS Foundation
Petals – The Baby Loss Counselling Charity
Pete’s Dragons
PTSD Resolution CIO
Retail Trust
Rethink Mental Illness
Sirona Therapeutic Horsemanship
Solent Mind
Somerset Counselling Centre
Somewhere House Somerset
South Lakes Citizens Advice
Student Minds
Sunflowers Suicide Support
Teapot Trust
Teens in Crisis (TIC+)
The Brave and Determined Charity
The Care Workers’ Charity
The Cares Family
The Compassionate Friends
The Deborah Ubee Trust
The East to West Trust
The Lashes Foundation
The Link Visiting Scheme
The Survivors Trust
Thurrock and Brentwood Mind
Time To Talk Mental Health UK
Transform Housing & Support
Unity Works
Volunteering Matters
We are Farming Minds
West Kent Mind
Wilfrid’s House
Willows Counselling & Training
Women Arise Ministries Global
Young Gloucestershire
Zurich Community Trust (UK) Limited

ABF The Soldier’s Charity (South West)
Blesma, The Limbless Veterans
Care for Veterans
Combat Stress
Head Up Charity
Historic Army Aircraft Flight Trust
Hounds for Heroes
Mission Motorsport
Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund
Royal Air Forces Association
Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI)
Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity
Scotty’s Little Soldiers
SSAFA, the Armed Forces Charity
Taxi Charity for Military Veterans
Who Dares Cares

Action Village India
ActionAid UK
African Adventures Foundation
African Children’s Fund
Andrew Grene Foundation
Cocos Foundation
Dig Deep
Farm Africa
Frank Water
FutureSense Foundation
HIPZ – Health Improvement Project Zanzibar
Last night a DJ saved my life foundation
Legacy of War Foundation
Malaria No More UK
Medecins Sans Frontieres UK
Mehiel Foundation
MicroLoan Foundation
Muntada Aid
New Futures Nepal
Novo Communities
Refugee Action
Refugee Support Europe
Release International
Rural Schools Water Project
SALVE International
The British Asian Trust
The Favela Foundation
Village Africa

Age UK
Age UK Isle of Wight
Age UK Medway
Age UK Plymouth
Age UK Wandsworth
Amnesty International UK
Arachne Greek Cypriot Women’s Group
Aylesbury Homeless Action Group
Brake, the road safety charity
British Red Cross
Carers Trust Heart of England
Carers UK
Centre for Women’s Justice
Christians Against Poverty
Crisis UK
Glass Door Homeless Charity
Go Dharmic Welfare UK
Heartfulness uk
Herts Young Homeless
Humankind Charity
Imago Dei
Imago Dei Prison Ministry
Immanuel United Reformed Church
inHope (Bristol) Limited
Launchpad Reading
Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity
London City Mission
Mehiel Foundation
New Hope, Watford
Octavia Foundation
P3 Charity
Plan Zheroes
Providence Row
Rainy Day Trust
Safe Lives
Society of St Vincent de Paul (England & Wales)
Solace Women’s Aid
St Michaels Cornerstone Trust
St Mungo’s
St. James’s Place Charitable Foundation
Stairway To Heaven Charity
Support Staffordshire
Thames Valley Air Ambulance
The Big Issue Foundation
The Country Food Trust
The Ehlers-Danlos Support UK
The Felix Project
The Fire Fighters Charity
The Lockton Charitable Association
The Trussell Trust
Turning Tides
WAY Widowed and Young
Wiltshire Search & Rescue
Women’s Aid Federation of England
Wycombe Homeless Connection
Your Sanctuary


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