Over 2,000 adventurers take on the historic path from Bath to Cheltenham. It's a start by the magnificent Royal Crescent, and then the famous rolling hills with fantastic views towards the Severn Estuary, and idyllic villages nestling in between on an epic 100km journey.
Isle of Wight Challenge
Over 2,000 adventurers take on the Island in May - most walking but many jogging or running - past the famous Needles and up to Cowes at half way, then around clockwise back to our base camp in Chale after a spectacular 106km journey with full support and hospitality.
Jurassic Coast Challenge
A Poole Harbour start, then along the spectacular Jurassic Coast - a World Heritage Site since 2001. It's first to Lulworth Cove to the Weymouth half way point, then past Portland Bill and the unique Chesil Beach to West Bay's famous cliffs before a welcome finish line celebration in Bridport.
London 2 Brighton Challenge
From Capital to Coast setting out from Richmond & over the North & South Downs. Full support & great hospitality all the way to the finish line. Now in it's 7th year the London 2 Brighton Challenge has become one of the UK's greatest endurance events & will raise over £1.5 million for charity.
South Coast Challenge
Take on some of England's finest scenery - up Beachy Head, over the magnificent Seven Sisters, and along the South Downs Way with stunning views to a Brighton mid-point. Devil's Dyke, welcome rest stops, ups & downs all lie ahead before historic Arundel comes into view after an amazing journey you'll never forget.
Thames Path Challenge
Take on the main Thames Path Challenge following England's greatest river this September. Our full 100km route heads upstream from Putney Bridge past Hampton Court to Runnymede of Magna Carta fame at 50km, then on past wonderful scenery all the way to Henley. OR take on 25km over 16 Central London Bridges - the best way to sightsee!
Wye Valley Challenge
Take on the dramatic landscape straddling the England & Wales border - an area of outstanding natural beauty. A Chepstow start then through woodlands and the limestone cliffs of the Wye gorge, with the magical twisting riverside path passing Tintern Abbey enroute to Ross-on-Wye at half way.