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Peak District
Ultra Challenge®

8 - 9 July 2023

Ceva Logistics have teamed up with ‘Ultra Challenge’ on their fantastic Peak District event. The event basecamp in Bakewell will welcome 2,000 or so adventurers, who will test themselves by taking on a distance – 10 miles, 25 km, 50 km or even 100km – at their pace. With camping options, car parking, and hospitality & welfare services – you’ll get full support all the way! We want to get a Ceva Team of 80 or so to take part; you can choose your distance – and either choose the ‘Self Fund’ option – or fundraise for a charity of your choice (and pay a lower Registration Fee which you can claim back on expenses!). Sign up via this web page.

100 km, at your pace, through the day & night if you’re walking.

Bakewell > Bakewell

  • Saturday 8 July 2023
  • Start – Bakewell
  • 100 km & 2450 m climb
  • Finish – Bakewell

100 km over 2 days, with optional camping packages at half way – or book a hotel / B&B – and rest!

Day 1 – Bakewell Northern Loop

  • Saturday 8 July 2023
  • Start – Bakewell
  • 50 km & 1400 m climb 
  • Finish – Bakewell
  • Optional camping package

Day 2 – Bakewell Southern Loop

  • Sunday 9 July 2023
  • Start – Bakewell 
  • 50 km & 1050m climb 
  • Finish – Bakewell

A scenic & tough Northern Loop of the Peak District.

Bakewell > Bakewell

  • Saturday 8 July 2023
  • Start – Bakewell
  • 52 km & 1400 m climb 
  • Finish – Bakewell

Take on the Southern Loop of the Peak District.

Bakewell > Bakewell

  • Sunday 9 July 2023
  • Start – Bakewell
  • 48 km & 1050 m elevation 
  • Finish line – Bakewell

25km Bakewell loop 

Bakewell (basecamp) > Bakewell (basecamp)

  • Saturday 8th July 2023
  • Startline – Bakewell (basecamp)
  • 25km & ~ 650 m elevation
  • Finish line – Bakewell (basecamp)

Bakewell 10 Miles 

Bakewell (basecamp) > Bakewell (basecamp)

  • Saturday 8th July 2023
  • Startline – Bakewell (basecamp)
  • 10m & ~ 405 m elevation
  • Finish line – Bakewell (basecamp)

Your Challenge,
Your Way!

Whether you’re a walker and new to challenge events, an experienced trekker, a marathon enthusiast upping the distance, or a seasoned ultra runner after UTMB points – there’s an Ultra Challenge® for you! Walk, Jog, or Run – as an Individual or a Team, for a charity of your choice or just for you. The Peak District Ultra Challenge is fun, safe, and rewarding – with full support all the way, enabling you to push yourself further in some fantastic rugged countryside.

The Ultra Challenge Experience

Endurance events for a wide range of fitness & ages. Choose your Challenge – do it at your pace, and there’re 14 events in the Series. Our support enables you to go further, whilst enjoying the great outdoors & camaraderie. There’re marquee rest stops, lots of food & drink, medical & massage teams, with a fully signed route to guide you. A big finish-line celebration awaits with an amazing sense of achievement, and once the aches subside you’ll feel energised, and up for more of life’s real challenges!

Good preparation & smart planning are key, and from the moment you sign up you’ll have access to our Challenge App – with training guides, optional training walks, maps, online forums, and the latest news & updates.

Rest Stops every ~12.5 km with ‘major’ ones every ~25 km, and are much more than the shaky gazebo with water that you see on some events. We’ve marquee cover, large medical & welfare tents, catering services, seating areas for recovery, changing rooms, and a friendly welcome!

There’re pink arrows to guide you, distance markers, glow-sticks at night, hazard signs, and a route map in the App. Our ‘Trek Masters’ organise group departures at night so nobody has to walk solo. Our chip timing system enables our Control Room, and your friends / family, to track your progress through the Rest Stops. 

Keeping you well fed & hydrated is key. We pride ourselves on the quantity & quality of our catering, and whichever distance you are on – meals, snacks & drinks are included – so no need to carry much!

  • Snacks & drink stops every 12.5 km
  • Snacks – from the healthy to treats
  • Meal / food every 25 km
  • Energy drinks
  • All dietary requirements catered for
  • Lighter options for ‘runners’
  • Hot food finishers meal

We generally have a ~50 km campsite for rest & sleep if you’re on the 2 day ‘Daylight’ 100 km option, or if you finish / start a 50 km ‘half’ Challenge. Book an inclusive package or ‘pitch your own’ – there’re showers and chill out areas.

We’ve experienced Doctors, Paramedics, First Aiders, Podiatrists, and Massage Teams at Rest Stops. There’re ‘Self Help’ areas with blister plasters, talc, Vaseline, and tape if you want to patch your own feet. Our mobile Emergency Medical Teams are only a phone call away, via our 24 hour Control Room

We don’t want you to forget that finish-line moment – our Cheer Squad will ensure you won’t! You’ll get a medal, finisher’s T-shirt, and a glass of fizz, before heading to a finishers meal and a well earned rest. Download your official Challenge certificate when you’re ready.

How to Join


Make sure you sign up via this page - NOT on the Event Website

Remember to join the CEVA team using the details below:

Name: Team CEVA Logistics

Password: ceva2023

Self Funding
for You

Pay for your event place in full, with no fundraising required.

Exclusive 10% discount for Team CEVA

for Charity

Pay a small registration fee & fundraise for your chosen charity.

Exclusive 50% discount on reg fees for Team CEVA



If you want to Self-Fund your place – register using the link below. Otherwise scroll down to see the charities you can choose to support!


We have a range of charities available for you to support, please review the lists below, and click the relevant link to get signed up.



or fundraise for over 400+ others

Check out the EVENT WEBSITE

Make sure you sign up via this page - NOT on the Event Website

DOWNLOAD Factsheet

All you need to know about the Challenge - a detailed overview of the options & how you can take it on.

14 Amazing Challenges

125,000 or so adventurers have taken on an Ultra Challenge® so far, and the 14 unique events make up the UK’s biggest & best series of treks & trail runs – which have also raised over £40 million for charities. Whichever challenge you choose, you’ll get full support all the way so you can set a new goal, enjoy the British countryside, and push yourself further on an unforgettable inspirational event. 


Lake District Ultra Challenge

10-11 June 2023

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

27-28 May 2023

100 km + Half & Quarter Challenge options


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South Coast Ultra Challenge

2-3 Sept 2023

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

9 – 10 Sept 2023

100 km + Half & Quarter Challenge options

+ Thames Bridges 25km Trek

+ Friday Moonlight 10K Walk

+ The Henley 10K


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South West Coast 50 Ultra Challenge

5 August 2023

50 km Loop + 25 km & 10 km Challenge options


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Peak District Ultra Challenge

8-9 July 2023

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


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Cotswold Way Ultra Challenge

24 – 25 June 2023

100 km + Half & Quarter Challenge options.


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Chiltern 50 Ultra Challenge

24 Sept 2022

50 km Loop + 25 km & 10K Challenge options


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North Downs 50 Ultra Challenge

22 July 2023

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 26 August 2023

25 KM looped route  – Woolwich Start / Finish


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