Celebrate your achievement by adding our official finisher's medal to you goody bag. Our zerowaste medals are laser etched and coloured, made of sustainable wood.
Then choose between our high quality technical running tee, or to have a TREE planted in your name.
The Peak District Challenge routes are all unmarked on the ground, and it is essential that you have adequate navigation experience. If you aren't an experienced navigator, please join a guided walking group and let a qualified mountain leader guide you safely around the route.
Guides are only available on Copper, Bronze and the overnight section of Silver distances. (Silver entrants must all self-navigate during daylight hours). No guides are available on Gold Ultra distance.
Mountain Leaders will lead Bronze Walking groups around the whole route aiming to complete at 12hr target pace. Copper groups will be led at 9hr target pace. Led groups will be accompanied on the Silver Challenge overnight only, aiming to complete the first 25km of the 75km Silver Challenge in 8 hours. (Silver challengers must self-navigate during daylight hours).
Guided groups are not suitable for runners or those looking for a competitive finishing time.
There’s no need to drive, Hathersage rail station is under 5 minutes walk away.
Alternatively, public P&D parking is available immediately opposite the event base.
See more travel and parking options in our Frequently Asked Questions
A voluntary donation to the Peak District National Park Access Fund. Donations will be used to support the ongoing protection and care of the Peak District.
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