Dorset's fabulous Jurassic Coast provides a stunning setting for this new and testing challenge - with some glorious views enroute and a few hills in between! A Saturday morning start in Poole, past Sandbanks, a short ferry ride, and 100km of trails and famous landmarks before the finish line and an overwhelming sense of achievement.
Whether you're a regular walker and new to endurance events, or an occasional marathon runner looking to up the distance, this challenge is for you, with full support & the best hospitality through day & night. Your journey will be unforgettable, and with some determination, spirit, and resolve - anyone can take on the Jurassic Coast!
There are a few options for the challenge
100km Full Challenge - £80 Reg Fee + £425 minimum fundraising
50km Half Challenge - £60 Reg Fee + £275 minimum fundraising
25km Quarter Challenge - £40 Reg Fee + £175 minimum fundraising
For the full fundraiser agreement, or to register your interest, please send us an email, give us a call or use the "register" button to the right.
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