There are 100 km between London and Brighton. Your challenge: to walk all of them, on your own or as part of a relay team
Thanks a million for putting on such a brilliant event.
From the signposting out of London to the super-helpful volunteers at the refreshment stops, everything was really well organised and made the event a lot of fun. I wasn’t expecting the navigation to be such a challenge but it was brilliant!
Garry, 2013 100k Winner
2013 Results - click here
Dates: 21-22 June 2014
Are you tough enough for this physically and mentally demanding challenge that will test your endurance to the max?
The 2014 challenge starts in Putney on Saturday 21 June 2014. This memorable trek will take you along the Wandle Trail and the footpaths of Surrey and Sussex to a momentous finish 100 km away. The finishing point is the Blind Veterans UK centre in Ovingdean, Brighton.
There will be some aching muscles and some blisters, but there will be pride aplenty at completing this incredible experience! Find out more about the challenge.
Still got questions? Head to our FAQs page.
If you don’t think you can manage the full 100k but still want to be part of the challenge, you can take part in our relay option! We are looking for either teams of 4 to tackle approximately 25km each, or teams of 2 who will walk approximately 50km each as part of a relay team. You will change over at specified check points on the route.
Sign up for only £99 for the full 100km or £120 per team for the relay option.
The event is a tough personal challenge for anyone who wants to take part. Experienced walkers or runners: our fastest finish time in 2013 was 17:11:17. Are you tough enough to beat this? If you are more of a recreational stroller or beginner who wants to do something great for themselves and for charity, join in too! All 2013 participants completed within 31 hours and 30 minutes… you can do it!
Whichever option you choose, you will be supported every step of the way.
Just like we support our blind veterans.
Are you tough enough to walk 100km and help support blind heroes?
Blind Veterans UK is the national charity which supports vision impaired ex-Service men and women. For more information on our essential work please visit our website.