25 km of London’s best views 

 & 16 Historic Bridges…

As a Team or an Individual…

.. for You or for a Charity

+ NEW MOONLIGHT 10 OPTION

Thames Bridges Trek
Sat 10 Sept 2022

Part of the Thames Path Challenge

Join over 2000 walkers and trek across the Capital taking in unrivalled views of the skyline, and historic landmarks. Setting out from the Putney Bridge start we had East towards the City, zig-zagging over the array of 16 historic bridges – each with its own fascinating story – and a mid point rest stop at The Oval Cricket Ground for some snacks & drinks. 25km later, it’s a party style finish line celebration in Southwark Park past the final crossing – the majestic Tower Bridge.

ALSO -
Thames Path Moonlight 10 Walk if exercise & fun on Friday evening might be what you, or a team of friends / colleagues, are up for.

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The Ultra Challenge Experience

Endurance events for a wide range of fitness & ages. Choose your Challenge – do it at your pace, and there’re 14 events in the Series. Our support enables you to go further, whilst enjoying the great outdoors & camaraderie. There’re marquee rest stops, lots of food & drink, medical & massage teams, with a fully signed route to guide you. A big finish-line  celebration awaits with an amazing sense of achievement, and once the aches subside you’ll feel energised, and up for more of life’s real challenges!

Good preparation & smart planning are key to successfully completing an Ultra Challenge. From the moment you sign up you’ll have access to our Challenge App, with training guides, optional training walks & runs, maps, on the day info, and online forums. We will also keep you updated with any news & challenge updates via notifications through the app and emails. 

Keeping you well fed & hydrated is key to getting you across that finish line successfully & safely. Whichever distance you are signed up every meal and snack stop is included in your entry so you can expect:

  • Regular snack stops every 12.5 km
  • Main meal/ hot food every 25 km
  • Hot drinks, water & energy drinks at all stops 
  • We cater for every dietary requirement
  • Menus published before the Challenge 

We have Rest Stops every 12.5 km or so with ‘major’ ones at ~25/50/75/100 km. Our Rest Stops are like no others – along side a large medical area and catering services they are all covered infrastructure (to keep you out of the sun or rain!) – here there will be a place to sit down and put your feet up, use any of the facilities (toilets, medics, changing rooms, rest areas, baggage pick up). Manned by our team to help with any query or questions you have!

The route will be fully signed – meaning that you won’t need to use a map! You’ll see hundreds of reflective PINK ARROWS to guide you and KM markers so you know how far you’ve gone (and have left to go!). You’ll also see hazard signs where you need to take extra care, and after dark the route will be re-signed with glowsticks & flashing lights. We also organise group departures led by our Trek Masters overnight so you don’t ever have to walk alone. 

Keeping you safe and healthy is our upmost priority – we have a vast experienced team of Doctors, Paramedics, First Aiders, Podiatrists and Masseuses available and on hand at every Rest Stop (as well as roaming the route). You will also have access to a ‘self help’ area at every stop with blister plasters, talcum powder & more should you just need tape yourself up!

We don’t ever want you to forget that moment you reached your goal and crossed over the finish line – our Cheer Squad will ensure that you don’t! You will be given a medal, finisher’s t-shirt (tech tee new for 2021!), glass of fizz and a photo finish! Before being guided to a BBQ, drinks & a well earned sit down and rest. 

Your Challenge,
Your Way!

Whether you’re a walker and new to challenge events, a regular hiker, or someone who just wants a great day out in one of the world’s greatest cities – the 25 km Thames Bridges Trek is for you! Walk as an Individual or as a Team of friends, for a charity of your choice or just for you. The challenge is fun, safe, and rewarding – with full support all the way, enabling you to to really enjoy the best of London, its landmarks, and 16 historic bridges.

25 km

Start location: Bishops Park, Fulham

Start times: 09:30 – 12:00 

Finish location: Southwark Park, East/ Central London

Finish times: 4 – 7 hrs (any finishers coming in before on a jogging/ running time will be disqualified)

Our rest stops & finish line are fully supported with toilets, medics, event managers, crew & covered seating areas.

  • 12 km – snacks, drinks & hot drinks
  • 25 km – celebration meal
  • There is no parking at the start/ rest stop or finish 
  • Public transport options in all areas are plentiful

Please note this challenge is a ‘walk/ trek’ only – no running or jogging allowed.

2022 Route Map

Download Factsheet

All you need to know about the Challenge – a detailed overview of the options & how you can take it on. Print it off or send it to your friends! 

Also part of the Thames Path Festival

It’s a weekend of riverside events

Fri pm 9 Sept

NEW for 2021 - the Thames Moonlight 10 Walk is a fun 10 km or 10 mile looped route starting at the Oval. There's hot food & bar - and is ideal for groups & teams.

Sat 10 Sept

25 km , 50 km, or 100 km options stretching from Putney Bridge to Henley-on-Thames. Walk, jog or run along this stunning route with full support all the way.

Sun 11 Sept

Take on the Henley 10K with a riverside start & finish. A beautiful route as a walk, jog or run at your pace. Families & teams are welcome + there's a BBQ option.

How to Join

Self Funding
for You

Pay for your place in full, with no fundraising target but you can raise of you like!

Full Sponsorship for Charity

Pay a small registration fee & commit to fundraise for a charity of your choice.

Mixed Funding for Charity

Pay half your place, & fundraise a smaller target for your chosen charity.

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Charity Partners

We’re proud to work with a range of fantastic charities, which will benefit from the £7+ million fundraising each year. Our Series Partners are some of the UK’s major national charities, and there’re also regional and local charities as Challenge Partners for each event. Choose to fundraise for a Charity Partner and they’ll provide support to help you reach your target!

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14 Amazing Challenges

90,000 adventurers have taken on an Ultra Challenge®, raising over £33 million for charities, and the 14 unique events make up the UK’s biggest & best series of treks & runs. Whichever challenge you choose, you’ll get full support so you can set a new goal, enjoy the great British outdoors, and push yourself further on a high quality inspirational event. 

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Lake District Challenge

11/12 June ’22

1 of 12

Isle of Wight Challenge

10/11 July 2021

2 of 12

London 2 Brighton Challenge

28/29 May ’22

3 of 12

South Coast Challenge

4 – 5 Sept 2021

4 of 12

Jurassic Coast Challenge

14/15 May ’22

5 of 12

Thames Path Challenge

11 – 12 Sept 2021

+ Thames Bridges Trek

+ Thames Moonlight 10 Walk

+ Henley 10K

6 of 12

S.W. Coast 2 Coast Challenge

6 Aug 2022

7 of 12

Peak District Challenge

9 – 10 July 2022

8 of 12

Cotswold Way Challenge

25 – 26 June 2022

9 of 12

Yorkshire Challenge

17 – 18 July 2021

10 of 12

Chiltern 50 Challenge

26 Sept 2021

11 of 12

London Winter Walk

28 & 29 Jan ’22

12 of 12

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Cleft Lip and Palate Association
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