Cotswold Way Challenge

Cotswold Way ChallengeCotswold Way Challenge – June 11-14, 2016

The Cotswold Way Challenge is a 4-day, multi-stage ultra running the 102-mile length of the Cotswold Way from the town of Chipping Campden in the North to the Georgian city of Bath in the south.

Each day entrants will run, jog, walk or stagger along the trail, until reaching the campsites (or ‘runners villages’ as the organisers like to call them.) These are fully equipped with toilets and showers, entertainment, food and drink, sports massage and ice baths. There’s the option to bring your own tent and pitch it yourself each night, or book a pre-erected tent, which will have airbeds included and will be up and waiting on arrival each night.

Entry includes camping, finishers’ t-shirt and medal, stage checkpoints with drinks and snacks, luggage transfers from campsite to campsite each day, and transfer from Bath to Chipping Campden on the first morning.

Solo entry fees from £299. Full details of the Cotswold Way Challenge at 100milerun.com

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