Walk, jog or run the Peak District Challenge to raise money for children when they need us most.
Starting in Bakewell you'll take a northern loop of the surrounding area, world famous for its outstanding natural beauty. The second half of the challenge will see you follow a southern loop and explore more of the stunning landscapes before returning to basecamp where post race hospitality, food and massuers await.
The full 100km event can be done as a continuous challenge or over two days, with the option to camp at your halfway point. If you're not ready to take on 100km, challenge yourself to 50km or 25km routes, while following idyllic paths and experiencing some of the UK's finest views.
How to take part
Sign up and select your fundraising option and distance on Ultra Challenge’s website.
There’s an option to join or create a team!
Select the NSPCC as your charity and fundraise to help us be here for children.
Every pound you raise will make a difference to children.
Have a weekend to remember.
Celebrate your amazing achievement!
What you'll get from us
NSPCC t-shirt, for you to wear with pride throughout your training and on the day itself.
Welcome and fundraising pack, filled with ideas to get your fundraising off to a great start.
Support from expert trainers, Full Potential, including a training plan tailored just for you!
Charity Sponsorship Place - pay a small registration fee and do lots of fundraising.
Mixed Funding Place - pay a higher registration fee and fundraise less.
Self-Funded Place – pay the full cost of the event, there’s no fundraising target, just raise a much as you can!
Already signed up? We’d love you to join #TeamNSPCC
How your fundraising helps
The money you raise could help provide play sessions with a practitioner that use therapy activities like painting and storytelling which help children and young people safely open up about their experiences of abuse.