How much does it cost?


£89 Full Event Fee - Payable online when you register.
£74 Full Event Fee - Payable online when you register (discoutned rate for 2018 Ultra Challengers)


A list of charities to choose from can be found on the registration form - it is only these charities that you can select for the Easter Walk.

Partner Charity - £20 - Reg Fee + £250 minimum sponsorship target*
Other Charity - £30 -  Reg Fee + £250 minimum sponsorship target*

*Note: The Reg Fee is non-refundable. At least 50% of the Min Fundraising target should be with your Charity (or against your Just Giving page) by 4 weeks prior to the Walk. At this time your Charity will pay a Fee for your place to the Organiser (£70). Failure to meet the 50% target may result in your cancellation from the Walk by your charity. The remaining 50% fundraising & any extra should be with your Charity 4 weeks after the Challenge

What's included?

  • Snacks & hot drinks at the start, baguette at halfway
  • Hot meal at the finish.
  • Event pack on the day - timing chip, bib, route map
  • Fully signed route, route map
  • Zumba themed warm up at the start
  • Manned Check points en route
  • Event medics at rest stops
  • Finish line celebrations & meal
  • Finishers medal
  • Fully signed 50k route - Henley to Princes Risborough
  • On route support team & full medical support
  • Coffees, teas & snacks at start line
  • Optional breakfast to purchase before you set off
  • Mid-point refuel stops - in morning & afternoon
  • Medal, glass of fizz as you cross the finish line
  • Finisher's BBQ & Hog Roast
  • Shuttles to Princes Risborough station at finish
  • Post event celebrations - into the night
  • Fire pit bonfire
  • Beer tent & bar
  • Stretching & warm down tent
  • Optional overnight camping packages
  • Camping facilities - showers & washrooms
  • Supporters can also book food & join us

Will I receive a pack from you?

No - all correspondence from Action Challenge is done by email. You may, however, receive a fundraising pack directly from your charity. If you are waiting for a pack from them, it is best to contact them directly.

How old do I need to be?

On the date of the event you must be:

16 years old (with an adult)

All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Can I cancel/defer my place?

You can cancel your place on the event however if you are fundraising for a charity your registration fee is non-refundable, and if you are self-funding then a portion of your cost is non-refundable (£30) however it will be between you and your chosen charity to deal with the refund of any sponsorship monies paid. Deferrals cannot be offered any closer than 2 weeks prior to the event. To defer for a £25 admin fee, click the link below.

Click here to defer your registration >>


How tough is it?

50 km – For the majority of people this will be a difficult but attainable distance. If you are attempting this distance for the first time we highly recommend doing several training walks, gradually increasing the distance overtime, to ensure you’re in the best possible position to complete this challenge - we have a number of training walks available throughout the year which is not only a great opportunity to train but a chance to meet like-minded challengers.


What do I carry?

You are responsible for your personal items on the event and an equipment and clothing list will be available to download from the Participant's Area. Some items are essential/compulsory, others recommended.

You will need a daypack to carry the recommended personal items throughout the event including wet weather gear, warm clothing, water, sun protection, personal first aid kit, and personal items.

At registration you will be issued with a event bib (to be worn on your back/backpack during the challenge), an event pass & lanyard to be worn / carried with you as it will have your timing chip on it, and a route map pack with emergency contact details and the full route on it for use during the event. 

How do we find our way on the route?

You will receive a route map at event registration marked with rest-stops, hazards and distances. The route will also be clearly and fully signed with pink directional arrows - meaning you never have to worry about finding your way and you can just concentrate on the Challenge!

What if I/someone in my team needs to retire?

If you unfortunately have to drop out of the Challenge, you will need to do so at rest stop point if possible, where you will need to alert the event organisers, who will 'log' you out of the event. If you make your own way from the event without alerting a member of staff, you will need to text the number that will be on your route card to let the Control Room know that you are leaving the event and have a method by which to get home.

Can I bring my dog on the challenge?

No - unfortunately we do not allow dogs to take part in the challenge as we cannot cater for them along the route and can be difficult to manage on the challenge. We do however think dogs make for great training companions.

How do I get to the start and from the finish?

The Participant's Area is full information about transport links at the start and finish and approximate start times will be published. Further details will be realses as we draw nearer to the Challenge.

What sort of shoes should I wear?

This is down to your personal preference. However the route is a combination of tarmac, grass and gravel trail, and so we suggest something with a comfortable sole.


How can we sign up as a team?

All teams entering need to be set up by a 'team captain' - this is the first team member who signs up to the challenge and creates the team. Then the additional team members can sign up by stating the team they wish to join and their team captain's name.

There is no limit to the number of participants you can have in a team and creating a team is the only way to guarantee you all have the same start time.

I am cancelling, can someone take my place?

All teams are made up of challengers who have paid a non-refundable registration fee. We can add, change and amend team sizes and names but any cancellation of a team member is subject to a £25 admin fee - please email us (see Contact Us page) if you need to change a team member. 

How can I meet other Challengers beforehand?

Once you have signed up to the challenge you will be invited to join our Facebook group where you can find your event's page, whereby we encourage individuals and teams of people to meet, converse and organise training walks. It is a great way to connect with other individuals on the challenge and there is always a discussion going on! If you then want to you can arrange to start with the people you have met prior to the challenge.


How do I start fundraising?

Once you have signed up to the Challenge and recieved contact from your chosen charity, you can set up your online fundraising page by logging on to Just Giving Once you have set this up you can start sending out the online link to all your friends and family to start collecting donations!

Your charity will also send you a welcome pack which will give you advice and support on how to go about your fundraising plans.

What if I fail to reach the fundraising target?

If you sign up to the fundraising option, you are committing to fund raise the minimum sponsorship for your chosen charity - with 50% of that fundraising total due in to your charity 4 weeks prior to the Challenge  - See Challenge timeline in the Participant's Area. 

Failure to meet the initial target could result in you being unable to take part in the challenge. However this is down to the discretion of the charity and will be decided on a case by case basis. If you are cancelled from the Challenge, you will be given the opportunity to pay your own costs on the Challenge (become a self funder). 

I have a fundraising /pack issue

Once you have signed up to the challenge your charity is likely to send out a fundraising pack - if you still haven't received this please contact your charity within 2 weeks of signing up to the Challenge.

My charity is not on the list?

This event is for certain charities only and so you must choose one (on the How to Join page) if you wish to fundraise.

If you self fund, you can fundraise as much or as little for whoever you like.

As a team can we pool our fundraising?

Yes - as long as you are all fundraising for the same charity - you can create a team fundraising page on Just Giving - we also recommend that you let your charity know this is how you will be fundraising. You will still have to reach the combined total amount as the target is per person, not per team.

Can I fundraise for more than one charity?

No - you must one select one primary charity for whom all your fundraising will be in aid of - this is because your charity will pay for a portion of your place on the event, out of the fundraising generated. If you still wish to fundraise further for another charity, you can do so on your own terms as long as you reach the minimum target for the first charity. 

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