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Jurassic Coast Challenge 2019

Mind Charity Places are now sold out.

The 2019 Challenge has now passed. Please check back in September for 2020 registration.

Event date
8 & 9 June

Minimum age - Full Challenge
18

Minimum age - Half Challenge
16 (with an adult)

Minimum age - Quarter Challenge
14 (with an adult)

About the Jurassic Coast Challenge

Thank you so much to everyone who took part in the 2019 Jurassic Coast Challenge. We will be back next year with an even bigger team! Registration for the 2020 Jurassic Coast Challenge will open in September so please check back then.

A Poole Harbour start, then along the spectacular Jurassic Coast - a World Heritage Site since 2001. Through Lulworth Cove, past Durdle Door it's up and down all the way to the Weymouth halfway point. Then it's past Portland Bill, past nature reserves and the onto the western end of the unique Chesil Beach to West Bay's famous cliffs (of TV's Broadchurch fame) - before a welcome finish line celebration in the vibrant town of Bridport. You'll get full support and great hospitality all the way - leaving you to focus on this epic challenge!

Push yourself further - 100km Full Challenge, with Half & Quarter options also available.

You can use this interactive map to see the route.

How we'll support you

You’ll get full support and hospitality all the way, leaving you to focus on your challenge!

  • Set yourself a personal goal
  • Join as Individual or Team
  • 106km Full Island Challenge
  • Half or 1/4 Challenge options
  • Rest stops - free food & drink
  • ALL meals/ food included!
  • Medics, massage, and pace walkers
  • Medal, T shirt, glass of bubbly!
  • Walk at Your Pace - 24 hours+
  • 2 Day Full 'Daylight' option
  • Camping options available
  • Pre-event training support + app
  • It's Your Challenge - Your Way!


Any questions?

Find out more about the route, support, and hospitality at www.ultrachallenge.com/isle-of-wight-challenge

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1 in 4

people in the UK will experience a mental health problem in any given year

118,000

queries answered by our helplines in 2018/19.

15.9m

people accessed our information in 2018/2019

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