Peak District – Ultra Challenge

Date

Jul 03 - 04 2021

Time

All Day

Peak District – Ultra Challenge

This challenge will welcome 2,000 adventurers into the fabulous Peak District National Park. We’ll have a major ‘Base Camp’ hub set-up in idyllic Bakewell, which will include a full range of camping options, car parking, and extensive hospitality & welfare services across the weekend – and a full 100km Challenge which takes a tough & varied figure of 8 route through Derbyshire’s finest scenery and Peaks – with full support all the way.

This gem in the Heart of England, and with 50km & 25km challenge options also out of our Bakewell Base Camp – this is the Ultra Challenge not to be missed in 2021…

  • FOR ALL LEVELS OF EXPERIENCE
  • JOIN AS INDIVIDUAL OR TEAM
  • 100KM FULL CHALLENGE
  • 2 DAY 100KM ‘DAYLIGHT’ OPTION
  • HALF CHALLENGE OPTIONS
  • QUARTER CHALLENGE OPTION
  • 8 COVERED REST STOPS
  • FREE FOOD & DRINK
  • WALK AT YOUR PACE – 24 HRS+
  • RUN OR JOG – SET A NEW GOAL
  • HALF WAY CAMPING OPTION
  • FULLY SIGNED ROUTE
  • MEDICS, MARSHALS, MASSAGE
  • FOR CHARITY OR SELF FUND
  • MEDAL, T SHIRT, GLASS OF FIZZ
  • 3 UTMB POINTS AVAILABLE
  • SHUTTLE BUSSES & TRANSFERS
  • OPTIONAL TRAINING WALKS
  • CHALLENGE MOBILE APP

 

SIGN UP & FUNDRAISING OPTIONS:

  1. Charity Sponsorship – you pay a small registration fee, do lots of fundraising and we cover the cost of your event place!
  2. Mixed Funding – pay half of the event place cost yourself, fundraise a bit less and we pay the balance of the event place cost.
  3. Self Fund – you pay the full cost of the event place – fundraise whatever you want, with no set target or deadline, and there’s no cost at all to the charity!

Full details of prices and to sign up

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