Isle of Wight
Walk it, Jog it or Run it.
Great challenges need great settings, and there's none better than this stunning coastal path.
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 base camp in Chale after a spectacular 106km journey with full support and hospitality.
The Isle of Wight Challenge is now a classic annual event in the "Ultra" Series calendar - with fantastic scenery, white cliffs, sandy beaches, stunning views and an undulating coastal path to test you.
Whether you're a keen walker taking on your first endurance event, or even a seasoned marathon runner looking to step up the distance, you'll get the best support & hospitality through day & night all the way to the finish line where a well earnt celebration awaits!
There are a number of different challenge options available, as follows
106km £80 Registration fee - £425 minimum sponsorship
52/54km £60 Registration fee - £275 minimum sponsorship
25/26km £40 Registration fee - £175 minimum sponsorship
If you'd like to join us on this challenge, please email email@example.com, call us on 01992 440091, or use the "register your interest" button to the right.
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