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Ultra CHALLENGE®

16 Amazing Events..

.. which make up UK’s biggest & best series of treks & trail runs; Sense are an official Charity partner.  You’ll get full support, enjoy some wonderful British countryside, and can push yourself further on an inspirational & accessible event. Walk, Jog, or Run a distance that suits you, at your pace; ranging from tough 100 km & 75 km  challenges, testing 50 km Half & 25 km Quarter options, down to more leisurely 10K taster events. There’s an Ultra Challenge® for everyone, and you can do yours to support Sense – an official Partner Charity.

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Lake District Ultra Challenge

8-9 June 2024

100 km loop from Kendal + Half, Quarter, & Marathon Challenge options + Ambleside 10K

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Isle of Wight Ultra Challenge

5-6 May 2024

106 km ‘Full Island’ Challenge + Half, Quarter, & ‘Cross Island’ options + Medina 10 mile.

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London 2 Brighton Ultra Challenge

25-26 May 2024

100 km from Richmond + Half, Quarter, & Marathon Challenge distance options

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South Coast Ultra Challenge

7-8 Sept 2024

100 km Eastbourne to Arundel + Half & Quarter Challenge distance options

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Jurassic Coast Ultra Challenge

18-19 May 2024

100 km Corfe Castle to Bridport + 3/4, Half, Quarter, & Marathon Challenge distance options – & Bridport 10K

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Thames Path Ultra Challenge

14- 15 Sept 2024

100 km from Putney to Henley + 3/4, Half & Quarter Challenge distance options

+ Thames Bridges 25 km Trek (Saturday)

+ Friday Moonlight 10 km / mile Walk ( from The Oval)

+ The Henley 10K (Sunday)

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South West Coast 50 Ultra Challenge

3 August 2024

50 km Loop from Minehead / Dunster basecamp + 25 km & 10 km Challenge distance options

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Peak District Ultra Challenge

6-7 July 2024

100 km ‘figure of 8’ Loops from Bakewell + 3/4, Half & Quarter Challenge distance options & ‘The Bakewell 10 Mile’. 

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Cotswold Way Ultra Challenge

22 – 23 June 2024

100 km – Loop from Cirencester + 3/4, Half & Quarter Challenge distance options + Cirencester 10K

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Chiltern 50 Ultra Challenge

28 Sept 2024

50 km Loop from Henley + 25 km & 10K Challenge distance options

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North Downs 50 Ultra Challenge

27 July 2024

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

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Easter 50 Ultra Challenge

Sat 6 April 2024

50 km Loop 0r 25 km Loop from Windsor basecamp + The Windsor 10K 

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London Summer Walk

Sat 24 August 2024

25 km walk – Woolwich Start / Finish

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London Winter Walk

Sat 27 & Sun 26 Jan 2024

From The Oval Cricket Ground (Central London) – Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K Challenge distance options.

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Your Challenge
Your Way!

Top quality endurance style events to take on at your pace, for a wide range of fitness levels, ages & experience. Join as a team of any size or as an individual, and support your favourite charity. You’ll enjoy wonderful British scenery, get full support all the way so you push yourself further, and with the camaraderie, spirit & determination – there’s an amazing sense of achievement at the finish line! With 16 events & up to 5 distance options, there’s an Ultra Challenge® for you!

YOUR CHALLENGE,  YOUR WAY, AT YOUR PACE!

Most choose to Walk at a pace that suits them; many ‘Jog’ so they might run some bits & also walk sections; at the front ‘Runners’ may be stepping up from a marathon distance to a fully supported ‘ultra’ distance, or testing themselves against the clock on the trails.

* Note4 of the events are ‘Walking / Trekking’ only.

A ‘continuous’ 100 km full ultra is quite tough, but is absolutely achievable with good preparation, the famous Ultra Challenge® support teams & rest stops stocked with plenty of food & drink. OR – there’s a 2 Day 100 km ‘Daylight’ option with half way camping as a great alternative.

There’s also a new 75 km 3/4 challenge option on some events, alongside a fantastic range of testing single day 50 km ‘Half’ challenges, scenic 25 km ‘Quarter’ challenges, and even a few 10 km / mile ‘taster’ options. 

* Minimum age rules per distance apply.

It only takes 2 to make a Team – but the more the merrier! A Team of friends, family, or work colleagues, can motivate & support each other, whilst sharing an unforgettable adventure together, and with a great reason to celebrate afterwards!

Teams can do the same, or a mix of challenge distances, and sign up with the same or a mix of fundraising options. Individuals will meet many new friends en route – and  the experienced Ultra Challenge® Support Team looks after everyone!

An Ultra Challenge® is a special journey. We’ll help you prepare with an App, online guides, forums, and training material. On the day there are camping options, shuttle busses, a warm up & noisy send off, a fully signed route, and chip timing.

There are marquee rest stops every 12.5 km or so – with a fantastic range of food & drink, alongside expert safety, medical & welfare teams – which enable you to go further on an Ultra Challenge® 

An Ultra Challenge® is a personal journey, and the finish line is a celebration, and often quite emotional for many. You’ll get a big cheer, a well earned high quality medal, a glass of fizz to toast your success, a visit to the massage tent, and a welcome finishers meal.

Memories will be long lasting – maybe personal goals redefined – and there’s a great sense of achievement that, once aches & pains subside, will leave you wanting another challenge! 

There are 3 ways to sign up to an Ultra Challenge® and support your favourite charity by fundraising & sponsorship. As these are tough events, you’ll be amazed at how much you can raise, as friends, family, & colleagues will recognise & appreciate the nature of  your endeavours! 

1. FULL SPONSORSHIP – you pay a small Reg Fee online & Fundraise to a minimum target – with 50% due 3 weeks prior to the event (the Charity then pays for your Challenge place).

  – EG for a 50 km challenge, £30 Reg Fee & £360 Fundraising 

* NOTE – sign up with this option via this Partner Charity webpage – and you get 50% OFF the normal Reg Fees!

2. MIXED FUNDING – you pay half the event place & also fundraise with a lower target – 50% due 3 weeks prior to the event (the Charity covers the balance of your place cost).

  – EG for a 50 km challenge, £75 Reg Fee & £225 Fundraising

3. OWN PLACE FUNDRAISING – you pay the full cost of your event place & also fundraise whatever you can for your Charity. NO targets or deadlines & NO event place cost for your Charity!

– EG for a 50 km challenge, £139 Fee & raise what you can!

** WITH ALL THE ABOVE OPTIONS – REG FEES & FUNDRAISING TARGETS VARY BY CHOSEN DISTANCE

OUR PARTNER EVENT

From the Isle of Wight up to the Lake District, there are 16 fantastic events across the Ultra Challenge Series  you can join and support Sense in 2024.

Sense are official partners on the event below – meaning you will get 50% off your registration fee when choosing the ‘Full Sponsorship For Charity’ option, or you can cover the cost yourself, or choose ‘Mixed Funding’ for charity to split the cost. Each Ultra Challenge® is unique, with distance options to suit anyone who’s up for a challenge!

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JUNE 2024

22-23

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.

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

ALL OTHER EVENTS

Sign up to support Sense and get 25% off the ‘Full Sponsorship For Charity’ registration fee on any of the events below, or you can cover the cost yourself, or choose ‘Mixed Funding’ for charity to split the cost. 

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APRIL 2024

Sat 6

Easter 50
Ultra Challenge®

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!

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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.

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

MAY 2024

4-5

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!

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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.

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

MAY 2024

18-19

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.

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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.

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

MAY 2024

25-26

London 2 Brighton
Ultra Challenge®

A favourite route for vintage cars & cycles – and the original Ultra Challenge – now in its 11 year, with a varied 60% off-road route, and a classic challenge! A Richmond and on towards the North Downs and on through wonderful Surrey & Sussex countryside to Turners Hill at halfway (with optional camping). The Full 100 km challenge heads up & over the South Downs before the welcome sight of the Brighton coastline and the racecourse finish line. Thee’ re distance options to suit all!

A lively start in Richmond – and then along the Thames to Kingston, and a picnic lunch near Sutton. On over the North Downs and through wonderful Surrey & Sussex countryside to the ‘half way’ point at Turners Hill. For full 100 km challengers – its more Sussex countryside and then up & over the steep South Downs with the Brighton coast then coming into view – followed by the final push towards a memorable Brighton Racecourse finish line.

  • Full Challenge – 100 km as a full-on ‘continuous’ challenge, starting from Richmond.

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

  • 3/4 Challenge – 75 km & ideal if you want to ‘up your distance’ – without committing to a Full 100km – and you miss out the first ‘semi urban’ 25km! Sutton > Brighton

  • 1st Half – 58 km to Turners Hill, taking in the North Downs and some wonderful countryside.

  • 2nd Half – 42 km from Turners Hill – a Marathon distance! Also Ideal if you want to join up with a Full Challenge friend.

  • Quarters – if 25 km is more your thing – there’s the 1st & 2nd + the NEW Brighton 25 km

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

Camping Options

  • Inclusive package, or pitch only / camper van.
  • Available Saturday night at Tully’s Farm Half Way (Turners Farm 58 km) location. For 2 Day 100km, or a Half challenge.

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

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

JUNE 2024

8-9

Lake District
Ultra Challenge®

Take on & enjoy some of England’s finest countryside at your pace. From our convenient Kendal basecamp (with optional camping) the full 100 km route is an anticlockwise loop taking in a few tough hills & fells, Ambleside, Lake Windermere at half way (with hostel accommodation option) nature reserves, and forests  – with stunning views en-route – and distance options to suit all adventurers!

A World Heritage site – and world famous scenery, with fells, lakes, and forests – and all in all – the best of England! Kendal, on the edge of the National Park, makes a perfect start/finish base camp for an amazing challenge – with optional pre-event camping & half-way hostel accommodation by Windermere for ‘2 Day & Half’ challengers. There’s also a fantastic, scenic, 10km loop option from Ambleside – and  a NEW Marathon distance for 2024 – also finishing in Ambleside.

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

  • Full ‘Daylight’ – 100 km over 2 days – overnight YMCA Lakeside hostel / B&B option at Windermere half way.

    – 1st Half  ~50 km taking in Garburn Pass & Ambleside to Windermere Lakeside, with YMCA hostel option.

  • 2nd Half ~50 km from Lakeside & also ideal if you want to join up with a Full Challenge friend.

  • Lakes Marathon 42 km –  New for 2024. Takes in the stunning first quarter, and adds a fantastic loop around Ambleside.

  • Quarters – if 29 km might suit you – the stunning 1st Quarter goes to Ambleside via the tough Garburn Pass.

  • Ambleside 10K – a truly fantastic looped route from our major Rest Stop – and perfect if you’re staying near by and want a short / sharp challenge!

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
  • Parking – available at Kendal start/ finish and half way YMCA location

Accommodation & Camping

  • Camping – at Kendal start/ finish Rugby Club Friday & Saturday night
  • YMCA dorm rooms available (private & shared) Saturday night – ideal for 2 Day Challengers & 1st Half or 2nd Half. Camping also available at YMCA

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

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

JULY 2024

6-7

Peak District
Ultra Challenge®

We’ll welcome 2,000 adventurers into the fabulous Peak District National Park, and our major ‘Basecamp’ hub set-up in idyllic Bakewell, with a range of camping options, hospitality & local accommodation. The full 100 km Challenge takes in a varied figure of 8 route through Derbyshire’s finest scenery with wonderful views, and with 50 km, 25 km  & 10 mile distance options passing Chatsworth House – there’s a Peaks Challenge for all! 

The figure of 8 route out from our Bakewell basecamp provides fantastic & varied experience – from Chatsworth House & disused historic railway lines  to Dales and rolling countryside with fabulous views. Choose a distance that suits, and with camping options at basecamp – or nearby B&B’s in Bakewell itself  – it makes for a great Peaks weekend away!

  • Full Challenge – 100 km as a full-on ‘continuous’ challenge – Bakewell basecamp start, half way, & finish.
  • Full ‘Daylight’ – 100 km over 2 days with half way Bakewell overnight camping option or B&B.
  • 3/4 Challenge (new) ~73 km from Bakewell to Bakewell – and ideal if you want to ‘up’ your distance
  • 1st Half ~50 km Bakewell North Loop, with Chatsworth House, and  wonderful scenery.
  • 2nd Half ~50 km – South loop – also ideal if you want to join a Full Challenge friend.
  • Quarter – 25 km loop from Bakewell basecamp – both pass by Chatsworth House.
  • Bakewell 10 Mile – a 10 mile loop up to Chatsworth House out of basecamp

Transport Options

  • Pre-event transfers from the local train station
  • Post event transfers – to local train stations
  • Weekend parking at Bakewell 

Camping Options

  • Inclusive package, or pitch only /camper van
  • Friday night camping package options at Bakewell
  • Saturday night camping package options at Bakewell

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

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

JULY 2024

Sat 27

North Downs 50
Ultra Challenge®

The popular ‘North Downs 50’ was back again for 2023 – with a new start & finish basecamp venue in Guildford – and was a fantastic event!  The looped route takes in some of the North Downs Way, The Surrey Hills, and the magnificent views over the countryside to the south. Join us for this fantastic mid-summer challenge – with good access from London and the surrounding area, plus looped routes for easy logistics, and optional adjacent University style accommodation.

A new addition to the Series in 2023 – taking in the some of the best of the Surrey Hills and the surrounding Surrey & Sussex countryside – with panoramic views from the North Downs. Our start / finish venue at Surrey Sports Park in Guilford is Challenge ‘basecamp’ – with a range of hospitality & accommodation options available. All very accessible from London & the South East – and a great summer challenge!

  • 50 km Loop Challenge – from Guilford basecamp at Surrey Sports Park 
  • 25 km Loop Challenge – from Guilford basecamp at Surrey Sports Park 
  • NEW ~25 km 1st Half Challenge – from Guilford basecamp to Dorking – fabulous views!
  • 10 km Loop Challenge – from Guilford basecamp at Surrey Sports Park

Transport Options

  • Pre-event transfers from the local train station
  • Post event transfers – to local train stations
  • Parking close to Guilfford basecamp

Accommodation

  • Friday night ‘university room’ package at basecamp
  • Saturday night ‘university room’ package at basecamp

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

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

south west coast 50

AUGUST 2024

Sat 3

South West Coast 50
Ultra Challenge®

Was new for 2022 – and proved to be a real gem! From basecamp in the shadow of Dunster Castle, the route takes in the fabulous 1st section of the 630 mile SW Coastal Path – from Minehead to Porlock, with fantastic views out towards Wales. Then it’s up & over scenic Exmoor via Dunkery Beacon as we head back to basecamp after an unforgettable 50 km & testing 1600 metres of climb. With camping options, BBQ, bar, entertainment & beaches nearby, it’s a summer highlight not to miss!

A great challenge in the South West taking in the start of the magnificent South West Coastal Path, and the unique countryside of Exmoor – including Dunkery Beacon (Exmoor’s high point) – with panoramic views. Our start / finish venue beneath Dunster Castle is ‘challenge basecamp’ – with a full range of hospitality & camping options across the weekend.

  • 50 km Loop Challenge – from Dunster Castle basecamp near Minehead – with the coastal path, Exmoor, and Dunkery Beacon.

  • 25 km 1st Half  Challenge – from Dunster Castle basecamp to Porlock – via Minehead and the coastal path

  • 25 km 2nd Half Challenge – from Porlock up to Exmoor – over Dunkery Beacon and back to  Dunster basecamp

  • 25 km Loop Challenge – from Dunster Castle basecamp – with the coastal path & Exmoor.

  • Dunster 10K – a fantastic looped route from our basecamp area below the majestic Castle – up into the surrounding woodland & hills on the estate trails – with fantastic views. 

Transport Options

  • Pre-event transfers from Taunton Station to Dunster basecamp
  • Pre-event transfers so you can park at Porlock (for 25 km)  of your challenge, and get a transfer to the start
  • Post event transfers – to local train stations
  • Weekend parking at Dunster basecamp 

Camping Options

  • Inclusive package, or pitch only / camper van
  • Friday night at Dunster basecamp
  • Saturday night at Dunster basecamp

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

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

AUGUST 2024

Sat 24

London
Summer Walk

Explore the ‘gateway to London’ along the River Thames eastern section. Starting by Woolwich Royal Artillery Barracks, our NEW 25 km looped route heads along the Thames Path around Greenwich Peninsula – past the O2, Old Royal Naval College, Cutty Sark – through the Greenwich tunnel to Docklands & Thames Barrier Park – back to Woolwich via the 2nd foot tunnel. A route steeped in history and capped with a BBQ & bar at the finish – and a great summer bank holiday weekend adventure! 

A 25 KM Walking Challenge  – taking in some of the Capital’s historic areas and sights in the eastern section of the River Thames. A great way to get active over the Bank Holiday weekend and explore new parts of London – and to celebrate the end of summer with a BBQ and bar at the finish.

  • 25 km Loop Challenge – from our Woolwich basecamp adjacent to the Barracks  – around the Greenwich Peninsular – along the Thames Path – and into Docklands. Back to Woolwich via the foot tunnel. Start times – 9.30 to 11.00am – walking only (no running) – rest stop en route with snacks & drinks

Transport Options

Excellent transport links – with New Elizabeth Line – DLR – over ground trains from London Bridge – and the River Busses all head to Woolwich.

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

SEPTEMBER 2024

7-8

South Coast
Ultra Challenge®

The South Downs National Park is a superb backdrop for 2000 adventurers to take on a real challenge. An Eastbourne start, up Beachy Head, the magnificent Seven Sisters, and along the South Downs Way, with stunning views over the sea, to a Brighton half-way. Devil’s Dyke, and a few ups & downs lie ahead before historic Arundel comes into view after an amazing 100 km journey. You’ll get full support & hospitality all the way – and with half & quarter distance options available – there’s a South Coast Ultra Challenge for everyone!

A magnificent challenge backdrop with includes Beachy Head, Seven Sisters Country Park, Brighton sea-front, Devil’s Dyke, and a fantastic 100 km finish in historic Arundel. Whether it’s a full, half, or quarter challenge – it will be unforgettable – and a real highlight of the year!

  • Full Challenge – 100 km as a full-on ‘continuous’ challenge – Eastbourne to Arundel.
  • Full ‘Daylight’ – 100 km over 2 days – overnight camping option at the West Hove half way (or hotel / B&B)
  • 1st Half – 57 km to West Hove, taking in the Seven Sisters Park and Brighton.
  • 2nd Half – 43 km – West Hove to Arundel. Also Ideal if you want to join up with a Full Challenge friend.
  • Quarters – 1st 25 km option includes Seven Sisters Park – Alfriston finish.

Transport Options

  • Pre-event shuttles from local train stations & finish lines (so you can ‘park & ride’)
  • Post-event shuttles to nearest train stations & back to the start in Eastbourne 
  • Parking – at the start in Eastbourne & other venues

Camping Options

  • Inclusive package or pitch only
  • Friday evening – at Eastbourne main start venue 
  • Saturday evening – at the Brighton 57 km half way stop for 2 day Daylight ‘Full Challenge’ or ‘Half Challenge’ start / finish
  • Pre-pitched
  • All the above Bookable Extras available once you’ve signed up to the challenge. 

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

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

SEPTEMBER 2024

Sat 14

Thames Bridges Trek

Venture across the Capital with unrivalled views of the skyline. Setting out from Putney Bridge – it’s East towards the City, zig-zagging over 16 of London’s historic bridges – each with its own fascinating story, and with a mid-point refreshment stop at The Oval for some snacks & drinks. 25km later it’s a finish line celebration & some food in Southwark Park, beyond the majestic Tower Bridge, where a big cheers, some fizz, a medal, food, & a celebration await!

The Bridges Trek is a great way to see the best of London with cityscape views & unfolding history. Over 2,000 will take it on, and there’s a party style atmosphere at the finish – and plenty of time to celebrate afterwards!

NEW – ‘Thames Moonlight 10 Walk‘ on the Friday out of The Oval Cricket Ground. A fitness & fun London evening!

  • 25 km – as a walk / trek (no running of jogging allowed). Putney Bridge start – half way stop The Oval Cricket Ground – finish at Southwark Park.
  • ALSO – Friday 13th evening- Thames Moonlight 10 Walk. Take on 10 km or 10 miles from The Oval. Hot food afterwards + bar. Perfect for some exercise & fun – ideal for groups & teams. 

Transport Options

  • The start, at Bishops Park, Fulham – has good public transport links

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

SEPTEMBER 2024

14-15

Thames Path
Ultra Challenge®

Take on England’s greatest river with a ‘flat’ 100 km route heading out from Putney Bridge, past Hampton Court to Runnymede, of Magna Carta fame, at the 50 km half way. For the full challenge – it’s on to Windsor and then past wonderful historic scenery & countryside to Henley. With half & quarter distance options also, the Bridges Trek, the Moonlight 10 & Henley 10K – there’s a Thames Path Challenge for everyone and the most popular event of the season!

The Thames is steeped in history, and the route heads upstream to Henley taking in Richmond, Hampton Court, Runnymede, Windsor, Eton, and some wonderful countryside along the way.

  • Full Challenge – 100 km as a full-on ‘continuous’ challenge, Putney Bridge to Henley.

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

  • 1st Half – 50 km from Putney to Runnymede, taking in Richmond and Hampton Court.

  • 2nd Half – 50 km – Runnymede to Henley. Also Ideal if you want to join up with a ‘Full Challenger’ friend.

  • Quarters – if ~25 km is more your thing – ALL 4 quarters are available options – and all are great!

  • Henley 10 K – a loop from our main riverside finish venue on Sunday morning.

Transport Options

  • Pre-event shuttles from local train stations & finish lines (so you can ‘park & ride’)
  • Post-event shuttles to nearest train stations 

Camping Options

  • Inclusive package or pitch only (no camper vans)
  • Saturday evening – at the Runneymede  50 km half way stop for 2 day Daylight ‘Full Challenge’ or ‘Half Challenge’ start / finish

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

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

SEPTEMBER 2024

Sat 28

Chiltern 50
Ultra Challenge®

Our end of season challenge takes in some of the best of the wonderful Chilterns countryside, with historic trails, nature reserves, forests, and a few hills with fantastic views. Starting & finishing at our basecamp near Henley on Thames, there’s a Saturday night celebration BBQ, bar & entertainment, with extensive on-site weekend camping & parking options. 

A great way to end the season, with extra hospitality to turn it into a celebration. The route will surprise some as it’s rural, scenic, and varied – and all quite close to London & accessible. Why not join us? 

  • 50 km – to Henley and on to Lewknor at half way. Nature reserves, Chiltern Hills, great views, and back to the Henley basecamp
  • 25 km – There’s a loop via The Thames & Henley, with a rest stop, and back to basecamp for a BBQ.
  • Chiltern 10K – a fantastic looped route from our Basecamp area up into the surrounding woodland & hills on the estate trails – with fantastic views.

Transport Options

  • Pre-event shuttles from local train station
  • Post-event shuttles to nearest train station
  • Parking – at the Henley Showground basecamp

Camping Options

  • Inclusive package, or pitch only / camper van
  • Friday evening – Henley Showground basecamp
  • Saturday evening – at Henley Showground basecamp

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

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

OCTOBER 2024

Sat 26

London
Halloween Walk

A hair-raising hike around some of the City’s scary streets and historic haunts! Gather your bravest guys & ghouls to make up a team – or go it alone if you dare and meet other chilling challengers. Dress to distress, and our creepy dungeon keepers at The Oval Cricket Ground basecamp start & finish will meet, greet & shock! Once you escape there’s ghostly looped routes, with zombie rest stops, and if you manage to get back in one piece there’s a macabre medal, a glass of the Devil’s fizz, some horrific hot food & drink. 

Why not treat yourself to a hair-raising hike around some of the City’s scary streets and historic haunts? Choose your distance, gather your bravest guys & ghouls to make up a team – or go it alone if you dare and meet up with other chilling challengers. Dress to distress, and our creepy dungeon keepers at The Oval start & finish will meet, greet & shock. Once you escape there’s ghostly looped routes, with zombie rest stops, and if you manage to get back in one piece there’s a macabre medal, a glass of the Devil’s fizz, some horrific hot food & drink!

  • 25km – starting & finishing at The Dungeon. The route heads along the Thames and then loops through the heart of the Capital. Ideal if you’re after some Halloween fun and a proper horror hike with arest stop en route.

  • 10 km – start & finish at ‘The Dungeon’. The loped route heads along the Thames through the heart of the Capital. Perfect for families, teams, or a bit of Halloween exorcise with time for the pub afterwards!

Transport Options

  • The Kia Oval start/ finish – close to Oval tube station (Northern Line) & Vauxhall (Victoria Line + the over ground) 
  • There is strictly NO parking at The Oval; some surrounding streets have relaxed weekend parking restrictions.

The Ultra Challenge website has full details of the event. Visit it, but return to this page to sign up.

FAQ's

You must be 18 or over (on the day of the event) if taking on a Full Challenge (~100km) or 3/4 Challenge (~75km); 16+ and accompanied by an adult if taking on a Half Challenge (~50km ), 14+ and accompanied by an adult if taking on a Quarter Challenge (~25km) or Marathon); for a  Half Marathon aged 12+ and accompanied by an adult; and finally 8+ & accompanied by an adult for a 10km/mile Challenge.

Under 18s taking part must be signed up by someone over 18.

There’s no denying it – 50km to 100km challenges are tough. It will be physically & emotionally demanding! You will have to combat fatigue and tiring limbs – so will need to prepare well – and should read the training advice (in the App). The more comfortable you are with walking long distances for sustained periods – the more comfortable you will be on the challenge itself.

You should also practice walking at night – at similar times to those projected on the schedule – to get your body used to the sensation of walking when it’s normally sleeping and recovering!

A training plan is in the Participant’s Area of the website – to assist in your preparation. We also organise regular training walks to get you fitness levels up, as well as to give you the experience which will really help you to complete the challenge!

To run 100km is more than a double marathon – and 50km is a ‘marathon plus’ distance – often across difficult and varied terrain. This is no road marathon – and the running category of the challenge is reserved for only those who are attempting the 100km challenge in under 16 hours – and the 50km in under 7 hours.

The full support we provide on our challenges for runners means that if you have previously run other marathons and now looking to step up your distance to something longer – this is the perfect event to support your challenge!

If however you would like to run and jog (and perhaps walk too!) some of the challenge then you enter into the challenge as a walker and attempt the challenge in that category.

A Team is a great way of taking on an Ultra Challenge – with perhaps all fundraising for the same special charity.  Teams can be of any size – and can do the same or a mix of distances & fundraising options if they choose to. We ensure that ‘Teams’ are assigned the same start wave (where distance/challenge option allows), and your team name will be printed onto your bib.  

Whilst you are signing up and registering for your challenge – in the TEAM INFO section (towards the end of the registration questions), you will be asked if you would like to ‘Join a team’ or ‘Create a team’.

If selecting to create a team, you will be asked to create a Team Name and Password. Subsequent team members can then register and select to join your team, and will need to provide the team password in order to join it.

Yes – as long as you are fundraising for the same charity, you can create a team fundraising page on Just Giving (we recommend letting your charity know this is how you will be fundraising together). However, please be advised that the minimum fundraising targets remain per person (not per team), so you will need to reach the combined total fundraising amount on your page for your group. 

NO – If you are entering on a Charity Full Sponsorship or Mixed Funding place – you must only select one charity for your fundraising.  This is because your charity will be paying for a portion of your place on the event (out of the fundraising that you generate). If you wish to also fundraise for another charity, you can do so on your own terms but only as long as you reach the minimum fundraising target your first/prime charity.

If you join as a ‘Own Place Fundraising’ however, you have flexibility on who you fundraise for – with no targets or deadlines.

You’ll receive a ‘transaction receipt’ (via email) along with a Confirmation Email welcoming you, detailing the next steps to set up a fundraising page,  the timelines you need to be aware of, and how to find all the info you’ll nee (there is an App for each Challenge).

NOTE If you don’t receive this within 12 hours, please check your spam/junk mail folders!

We will pass your details over to your charity – and you can expect to hear from them within 14 days. If for some reason you do not hear from your charity after this time, please contact them directly.

The ‘Confirmation Email’ you receive upon registering for a Challenge – will contain a link to set up an online Just Giving page – and once set up, you can start your fundraising by sharing your page online with your friends & family.

Follow the instructions you received when you signed up to the challenge!

Remember – only 50% of the applicable fundraising target has to be with the charity 3 weeks prior to the event – so you’ve got time after the challenge to keep on fundraising!

Speak to your charity directly – they will be able to offer you support and help to reach your fundraising target.

However, if you don’t reach the target and the charity declines your place – we will be in touch with you with alternative options – you can always change to a Self-Funding place (Own place Fundraising) or Mixed Funding – to still take part in the challenge.

We’ve a full kit list on the challenge App.

The kit lists we’ve provided are spilt up by ‘walkers’ & ‘runners’ and are only a guideline for what to bring and wear, your own experience training and weather on the day will play an important factor into what you will require. 

There will be a baggage transfer service (at an extra charge) from the start to the finish line for a single piece of baggage  – this is bookable on event day. Those taking on 100km can also get their baggage taken to halfway, use any items they need (eg a change of, or extra clothes) , and then onto the finish. Participants who retire from the challenge will be responsible for claiming their baggage at the finish line.

 Registered Runners will have an extra baggage service – where you will be able to access your bags at the half-way mid point on the challenge should you not wish to run with your bags. 

Once you’ve signed up to your chosen Challenge, we advise you join our Facebook group ‘The Ultra Challenge Club’ where you can meet & interact with fellow challengers. It’s a great way to ask relevant questions, and learn from the experience of others. 

NO – we do not allow dogs to take part in the challenge as we cannot cater for them along the route, and the rest stops can be very busy, and not all Challengers will be comfortable with them in close proximity. We do however think dogs make for great training companions!

If you unfortunately have to drop out of your challenge, you will need to do so at the nearest Rest Stop if possible, and alert the event staff, who will ‘log’ you out of the event – and explain the transport / exit options.

Route maps are available online & via the event App before & during the event – marked with rest-stops & distances. 

The route will also be clearly and fully signed with pink directional arrows and the night time stages will be supplemented with reflective tape and glow sticks – meaning you should never have to worry about finding your way and you can just concentrate on the Challenge!

You can book your camping, shuttle transfers and parking on the event’s specific bookable extras page on the Ultra Challenge Website – and / or via the event App (which you will get details of in the Confirmation E mail when you register on to an event).

There are options to: cancel your place, defer to next year, change to another event, change distance, or change fundraising option. A fee or charge will be applicable (which varies relative to the time out from the event you’re registered on to) – and all changes are subject to the Ultra Challenge Terms & Conditions and Cancellation Policy (see below).

Visit the Ultra Challenge website Help Centre. Click below:

HELP CENTRE >>

Ultra Challenge Terms & Conditions

Ultra Challenge® is the UK’s #1 Series of endurance style events, and has raised over £50 million for charities. Join us in 2024 to push yourself further, to achieve something special, and to support your favourite charity.

Ultra Challenge® is a registered trademark of Action Challenge Ltd, 1 Gunnery Terrace, London, SE18 6SW – Company No: 03825838

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £40 Reg Fee & at least
  • £575 fundraising/sponsorship

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £35 Reg Fee & at least
  • £450 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £30 Reg Fee & at least
  • £360 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £240 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10K CHALLENGE ~10km

  • £10 Reg Fee & at least
  • £100 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £100 Reg Fee & at least
  • £300 fundraising/sponsorship

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £90 Reg Fee & at least
  • £270 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £75 Reg Fee & at least
  • £225 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10K CHALLENGE ~10km

  • £22.50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £70 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your Charity (with no event place cost to them).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £198 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £169 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £139 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

10K CHALLENGE ~10km

  • £39 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

50km CHALLENGE

  • £30 Reg Fee & at least
  • £360 fundraising/sponsorship

 

25km CHALLENGE

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £249 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £10 Reg Fee & at least
  • £100 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost)

50km CHALLENGE

  • £75 Reg Fee & at least
  • £225 fundraising/sponsorship

 

25km CHALLENGE

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £22.50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £70 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your Charity (with no event place cost to them).

50km CHALLENGE

  • £139 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

25km CHALLENGE

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £39 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £40 Reg Fee & at least
  • £575 fundraising/sponsorship

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £35 Reg Fee & at least
  • £450 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £30 Reg Fee & at least
  • £360 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £240 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10 M CHALLENGE ~10 Mile

  • £10 Reg Fee & at least
  • £100 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for Charity (who pay half of your place cost).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £100 Reg Fee & at least
  • £300 fundraising/sponsorship

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £90 Reg Fee & at least
  • £270 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £75 Reg Fee & at least
  • £225 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10 M CHALLENGE ~10 Mile

  • £22.50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £70 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for a Charity (with no event place cost to them).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £198 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £169 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £139 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

10 M CHALLENGE ~10 Mile

  • £39 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £40 Reg Fee & at least
  • £575 fundraising/sponsorship

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £35 Reg Fee & at least
  • £450 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km (& Marathon)

  • £30 Reg Fee & at least
  • £360 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £240 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10K CHALLENGE ~10km

  • £10 Reg Fee & at least
  • £100 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £100 Reg Fee & at least
  • £300 fundraising/sponsorship

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £90 Reg Fee & at least
  • £270 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km (& Marathon)

  • £75 Reg Fee & at least
  • £225 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10K CHALLENGE ~10km

  • £22.50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £70 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your Charity (with no event place cost to them).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £198 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £169 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km (& Marathon)

  • £139 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

10K CHALLENGE ~10km

  • £39 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £40 Reg Fee & at least
  • £575 fundraising/sponsorship

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £35 Reg Fee & at least
  • £450 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km (& Marathon)

  • £30 Reg Fee & at least
  • £360 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £240 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £100 Reg Fee & at least
  • £300 fundraising/sponsorship

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £90 Reg Fee & at least
  • £270 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km (& Marathon)

  • £75 Reg Fee & at least
  • £225 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your Charity (with no event place cost to them).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £198 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £169 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km (& Marathon)

  • £139 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £40 Reg Fee & at least
  • £575 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km (& Marathon)

  • £30 Reg Fee & at least
  • £360 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £240 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10KM CHALLENGE ~10km

  • £10 Reg Fee & at least
  • £100 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £100 Reg Fee & at least
  • £300 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km (& Marathon)

  • £75 Reg Fee & at least
  • £225 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10KM CHALLENGE ~10km

  • £22.50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £70 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your Charity (with no event place cost to them).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £198 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km (& Marathon)

  • £139 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

10KM CHALLENGE ~10km

  • £39 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £40 Reg Fee & at least
  • £575 fundraising/sponsorship

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £35 Reg Fee & at least
  • £450 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £30 Reg Fee & at least
  • £360 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £240 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10 M CHALLENGE ~10 Mile

  • £10 Reg Fee & at least
  • £100 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £100 Reg Fee & at least
  • £300 fundraising/sponsorship

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £90 Reg Fee & at least
  • £270 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £75 Reg Fee & at least
  • £225 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10 M CHALLENGE ~10 Mile

  • £22.50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £70 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your Charity (with no event place cost to them).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £198 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £169 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £139 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

10 M CHALLENGE ~10 Mile

  • £39 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

50km CHALLENGE

  • £30 Reg Fee & at least
  • £360 fundraising/sponsorship

 

25km CHALLENGE

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £249 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £10 Reg Fee & at least
  • £100 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost)

50km CHALLENGE

  • £75 Reg Fee & at least
  • £225 fundraising/sponsorship

 

25km CHALLENGE

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £22.50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £70 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your Charity (with no event place cost to them).

50km CHALLENGE

  • £139 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

25km CHALLENGE

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £39 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

50km CHALLENGE

  • £30 Reg Fee & at least
  • £360 fundraising/sponsorship

 

25km CHALLENGE

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £249 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £10 Reg Fee & at least
  • £100 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost)

50km CHALLENGE

  • £75 Reg Fee & at least
  • £225 fundraising/sponsorship

 

25km CHALLENGE

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £22.50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £70 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your Charity (with no event place cost to them).

50km CHALLENGE

  • £139 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

25km CHALLENGE

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £39 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

25km CHALLENGE

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £249 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost)

25km CHALLENGE

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your Charity (with no event place cost to them).

25km CHALLENGE

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £40 Reg Fee & at least
  • £575 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £30 Reg Fee & at least
  • £360 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £240 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £100 Reg Fee & at least
  • £300 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £75 Reg Fee & at least
  • £225 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your Charity (with no event place cost to them).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £198 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £139 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

25km CHALLENGE

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £249 fundraising/sponsorship

 

MOONLIGHT 10 (Fri – 10 km / mile)

  • £10 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost)

25km CHALLENGE

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

 

MOONLIGHT 10 (Fri – 10 km / mile)

  • £25 Reg Fee & at least
  • £75 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your  Charity (with no event place cost to them).

25km CHALLENGE

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

MOONLIGHT 10 (Fri – 10 km / mile)

  • £49 paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £40 Reg Fee & at least
  • £575 fundraising/sponsorship

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £35 Reg Fee & at least
  • £450 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £30 Reg Fee & at least
  • £360 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £240 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10 k CHALLENGE ~10km

  • £10 Reg Fee & at least
  • £100 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £100 Reg Fee & at least
  • £300 fundraising/sponsorship

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £90 Reg Fee & at least
  • £270 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £75 Reg Fee & at least
  • £225 fundraising/sponsorship

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10 K CHALLENGE ~10km

  • £22.50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £70 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for a Charity (with no event place cost to them).

FULL CHALLENGE ~100km

  • £198 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

3/4 CHALLENGE ~75km

  • £169 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/2 CHALLENGE ~50km

  • £139 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

1/4 CHALLENGE ~25km

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

10 K CHALLENGE ~10km

  • £39 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

50km CHALLENGE

  • £30 Reg Fee & at least
  • £360 fundraising/sponsorship

 

25km CHALLENGE

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £249 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £10 Reg Fee & at least
  • £100 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost)

50km CHALLENGE

  • £75 Reg Fee & at least
  • £225 fundraising/sponsorship

 

25km CHALLENGE

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £22.50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £70 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your Charity (with no event place cost to them).

50km CHALLENGE

  • £139 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

25km CHALLENGE

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £39 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

COSTS &
FUNDRAISING

There are 3 fundraising options for how to join for your choosen charity

Pay a small Reg Fee & Fundraise for your Charity (who pay for your place) – and it’s 50% OFF Reg Fees below as they are an ‘Official Partner’.

25km CHALLENGE

  • £20 Reg Fee & at least
  • £249 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £10 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for half your place cost & fundraise less for your Charity (who pay half of your place cost)

25km CHALLENGE

  • £50 Reg Fee & at least
  • £150 fundraising/sponsorship

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £25 Reg Fee & at least
  • £75 fundraising/sponsorship

Pay for your place & fundraise whatever you can for your Charity (with no event place cost to them).

25km CHALLENGE

  • £89 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can

 

10km CHALLENGE

  • £49 Fee paid online &
  • fundraise whatever you can