HOW LONG DO I HAVE? CAN I TREK IT?
This really is an ideal ‘entry level’ 100 km Ultra. It is well supported and fully waymarked meaning you do not need to carry a map like many Ultras. There is a lot of tarmac of course, with the first quarter of the rout in London itself; but we do take you off-road and the locale in general does mean that you are never far from shelter or assistance.
Participants will have 25 hours in total across two days to complete the attempt. Saturday starts at 730am and finishes at 830pm. Sunday’s start window opens at 7am and the course closes at 8pm.
Whilst the event is primarily designed as an ultra-run, the event has been completed by fast walkers in the Test Pilot trip. It requires an average speed of 3mph (just under 5km per hour) to allow time for refuelling and breaks at Pit Stops. These will be reflected in the cut off points for each Pit Stop.