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Isle of Wight Ultra Challenge

Walk, Jog, or Run!

Great challenges need great settings – and few are better than the Island’s
stunning coastal path. Up to 2,000 adventurers will take on the Isle of Wight
in May 2024 – all out to push themselves further. It’s along the spectacular southern
cliffs, past the iconic Needles, and up to historic Cowes at the half way stop. For Full Island challengers it’s on to historic Ventnor, and back to our welcome base camp in Chale after an epic 106km journey.

2024 offers five different options for taking part with distances between 10 miles and 100km. Each distance has it’s own registration cost and sponsorship target as listed below:

£100 Reg Fee & £300 sponsorship

£90 Reg Fee & £270 sponsorship

£75 Reg Fee & £225 sponsorship

£50 Reg Fee & £150 fundraising/sponsorship

£22.50 Reg Fee & £70 fundraising/sponsorship


Included in your entry fee is timing chips, food and drink stations along the route, a free t-shirt, and the all important medal, there’s no reason not to get involved and push yourself further in 2024.

There are bookable extras available to make the planning for your challenge as easy as possible, providing travel options for your joining & leaving, please chat to us about any extras you would like book.

Download the IOW Fact Sheet for 2024 to find out more

To discuss this event with the fundraising team, please email us – [email protected]


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