Fancy entering Race to the Stones in 2020, and nominating Wiltshire Wildlife Trust as your chosen charity? 

Offered as either a grueling 100k ultramarathon or a gentler walk with an overnight stop for camping, this classic route across the southwest crosses stunning countryside and passes fascinating historical monuments. It takes place over the weekend of 4th/5th July and there's loads of support available for your training, fundraising and to help you get the best out of the weekend when you sign up.

To find out more about the event, watch the video clip linked above or visit the official website. If you’re ready to sign up, you can do that here.

Where is it and what’s the cost?

Leaves: Lewknor in Oxfordshire

Arrives: Rutland Farm in Avebury

Registration: £39 (non-stop ultramarathon) / £64 (weekender, inc. camping)

Minimum fundraising target: £425

What’s included?

•        Training programme tailored to all levels

•        A fully signposted route, with regular rest stops

•        Hot meals, showers, drinks, and sports nutrition

•        Bag transport to the finish

•        Free personal event photos uploaded on Facebook

•        Medical support at pit stops and en route

•        Finisher’s medal

Ready to sign up?

If you’re ready to take the challenge, you’ll need to enter your details on the race website. Please be sure to choose Wiltshire Wildlife Trust from the drop-down list under the ‘Fundraising’ section!

Already registered and want some help with fundraising?

The organising team at Threshold Sports have put together a comprehensive Participant Information Platform, covering fundraising tips, a training schedule, and logistics for the race weekend. If you’re having problems completing your entry, or have any other questions about the race, then visit their FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) pages or contact them directly.

Katharine from Devizes took part in the race in 2019. If you'd like to hear how she got on, you can view her story here.

Good luck!