Ultra Challenge Series

Walk, Jog , Run!

We have places available in the following events.

Contact us rnoh.charity@nhs.net to book your place or find out more!

Jurassic Coast Challenge
18-19 May 2024
100 km & 50 / 25 km, Marathon & 10K
Spectacular World Heritage coastline. A start in Corfe Castle, the route heads down to Swanage, and along through Lulworth Cove, past Durdle Door, with ups & downs to Weymouth half way. For full 100 km challengers, it’s past Portland Bill, Chesil Beach, and on to West Bay (of TV’s Broadchurch) – before a finish line celebration in the vibrant town of Bridport. Great Half & Quarter Challenge options also – PLUS a Marathon &  Double Marathon option.

London to Brighton
25-26 May 2024
100km, 1/2 and Marathon, 25km
The ‘original Ultra Challenge’ – and once again over 2,000 adventurers will take on the Capital to Coast route and test their grit & determination over the weekend. Richmond-Upon-Thames is the start, and it’s over the North Downs with wonderful Surrey & Sussex countryside to half way at Turners Hill. The full 100 km route heads over the South Downs before the welcome sight of the Brighton coastline comes in to view. You’ll get full support & hospitality all the way – and with three quarter, half, marathon & quarter distance options also available – there’s a classic challenge here for everyone!

London Summer Walk
August 2024
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!

Thames Path Trek
14 Sept 2024
25 km - 16 bridges
Join 2500 walkers and trek 25 km across the Capital with unrivalled views of the skyline & landmarks. From a Putney Bridge start it’s East towards the City, zig-zagging over 16 historic bridges – each with a fascinating story – and a mid-point rest stop at The Oval Cricket Ground for snacks & drinks. 25 km later, beyond the majestic Tower Bridge, it’s a party style finish line celebration & afternoon picnic in Southwark Park.