A sponsored challenge could help fund anything from new scanners and associated equipment to cancer research.
A sponsored challenge could help fund anything from new scanners and associated equipment to cancer research
We offer a huge variety of fundraising opportunities. Here are just a few of the challenges we have available this year. Registration is open for all of these events, please get in touch for any more information and to get registered before they are fully booked.
London 10 Peaks Challenge 1 April 2023
Discover ten of London’s often hidden peaks on this new marathon distance walking challenge. See a different side to London and journey through 42km of beautiful woodland, nature reserves and quieter spaces. With unexpected views and chance encounters with local wildlife, this is a distance challenge on your doorstep.
Jurassic Coast Challenge 13 – 14 May 2023
Choose from 100 km & 50 or 25 km distances, a Marathon and the Bridport 10K. Take in the stunning coastline, with camping packages available. Spectacular World Heritage coastline, with a new start in Corfe Castle, the route heads down to Swanage, and along through Lulworth Cove, past Durdle Door, with ups and downs to Weymouth at half way. For 100 km challengers, it’s past Portland Bill, Chesil Beach, and on to West Bay’s cliffs (of TV’s Broadchurch) – before a finish line celebration in the vibrant Dorset town of Bridport.
Icelandic Lava Trek Wed 28 Jun – Sun 02 Jul 2023
It’s not just mums who go to Iceland. Host to some of Europe’s most incredible wilderness, this Icelandic itinerary takes in thundering waterfalls, steaming lava fields, plunging fjords and spouting geysers. Trek 58kms over 3-days through one of the planet’s most volcanic regions. Your hard work will be rewarded with an indulgent visit to Iceland’s famous Blue Lagoon where you have the chance rest aching limbs!
South Coast Challenge 2/3 September 2023
The South Downs Way 100 km & 50 / 25 km options
• Walk, Jog, or Run
• Camping Packages
Take on some of England’s finest scenery with an Eastbourne start, up Beachy Head, over the magnificent Seven Sisters, and along the famous South Downs Way, with stunning sea views to Brighton at half way. For the full 100 km challenge option, it’s Devil’s Dyke and a few more ups and downs which lie ahead before Arundel’s historic castle and cathedral come into view after an amazing journey – with a big welcome awaiting you at the finish line! www.ultrachallenge.com/south-coast-challenge/