Take on some of England's finest scenery as a walk, jog, or a run! An Eastbourne start, up Beachy Head, over the magnificent Seven Sisters, and along the famous South Downs Way National Trail with stunning views over the sea to a Brighton mid-point. Devil's Dyke, welcome rest stops, a few ups & downs all lie ahead before historic Arundel comes into view after an 100km amazing journey.
There are half challenge and 25km quarter challenge options – so make it your challenge, your way!
Your entry includes free food and drink at regular rest stops, plus support including medics, marshals and massage. As you cross the finish line, you’ll get a glass of fizz, t-shirt, and a medal to commemorate your achievement.
How to enter the South Coast Ultra Challenge
Use code MAC for 25% off your Charity Place registration fee.
Charity Sponsorship - pay a small registration fee and do lots of fundraising
You'll get full support and hospitality all the way, leaving you to focus on your challenge.
Join as an individual or team
Full, Half and Quarter challenge options
2 day 100km 'daylight' option
Half way camping option
Walk at your own pace
Covered rest stops
Fully signed route
Free food and drink
Medics, massage, and pace walkers
Shuttle buses and transfers
Ultra Challenge mobile app
Medal, t-shirt and a glass of bubbly when you finish
How we'll support you
As part of Team Macmillan, you'll receive:
First class support from the Macmillan Hiking Team, from sign up right through to when you cross the finish line
A free Macmillan top, plus iron-on letters to customise your kit
A digital fundraising pack bursting with fundraising tips and tricks
Training support to get you ready for your challenge
E-newsletters to keep you up-to-date
An exclusive Team Macmillan Hiking Facebook group to meet your teammates
Most importantly, we'll provide you with a reason to keep going because you'll know that you're helping improve the lives of people living with cancer. Donations make up 98% of our annual income so we simply couldn't do what we do without you.
Visually impaired participants are welcome and usually take part with someone supporting them on route. There may be a discounted charge for this to cover event costs such as food etc. Event sites are generally in playing fields or outdoor areas on flat land. For spectators, there is limited wheelchair access, and this can vary on the day depending on ground conditions.
For more details, please speak to the Action Challenge team who will be happy to discuss course suitability for your accessibility requirements.
Ready to join?
By joining us you'll know that you're helping improve the lives of people living with cancer in the UK today.