Our epic coast trek is back!
Take your hiking to new heights with a marathon or half marathon trek along the spectacular Jurassic Coast. Celebrate your epic achievement with a prosecco and hog roast in the magnificent grounds of Harry Warren House, looking out over Old Harry Rocks and the beautiful Studland beach.
26 mile route heads along the Purbeck Way with incredible views of Swanage and Arne Nature reserve towards Corfe Castle, heading back onto the coast at Chapmans Pool for some challenging climbs but rewarding views on the South West Coast Path.
13 mile route starts at picturesque Worth Matravers and joins the 26 milers at Chapmans Pool for one of the most scenic sections of the South West Coast Path.
Your entry includes:
- Fundraising support, ideas and tips
- Support walkers and a fully sign-posted route
- First aid and medical support
- Refreshment stops with water and snacks
- Free hog roast at the finish line
- Glass of prosecco to celebrate
- A medal for all finishers
- Julia’s House t-shirt
Registration fee: £15
Registration fee: £20
We would love our trekkers to try and raise a minimum of £200 – enough to provide a whole day of care for a child like Isla-Rae, to give her family a much-needed break.
Remember: Your registration fee helps to cover towards the costs of organising the event - it’s the money you raise that makes the difference to our families.
Start: 11.00 am at Worth Matravers MyTIME Outdoor Centre
Start: 7.30 am at Studland Village Hall
Leave your car at the finish and take our shuttle to the start at Worth Matravers. Transfers are £5 per person and must be booked in advance.
The 26 mile route is circular so you will not need to book the shuttle bus.
Step out for families who can’t
When Isla-Rae and her twin sister Esmae were born unexpectedly at 27 weeks, they needed to be resuscitated and doctors didn’t think that they would both make it home.
“It took a while for us to get our head around having two children with Cerebral Palsy and what life was going to be like,” says mum Lucy. “Isla needs oxygen at home and she’s developed dystonia, which makes her muscles tense. There’s a lot of medication we need to give her, and two years on I’m still feeding her every three hours through her tube. I get anxious about leaving Isla and trusting people, even though I do have family that offer to help. But with Julia’s House, I know she’s in safe hands and I can relax. Just to have that three hours to recharge and have a lie down, or do what I need to do around the house, is life-changing for me.”
We are confident that our events will be able to go ahead. To ensure everyone’s safety, we will take all the necessary Government precautions on the day and in the unlikely event of the event being cancelled, we will offer you the option to withdraw or postpone until 2023.