To celebrate Olympic year, a 100km challenge walk or run organised by the Marches group of the Long Distance Walkers Association in conjunction with the Wenlock Olympian Society who inaugurated the Wenlock Olympian Games in 1850.
Much Wenlock is the heart of the modern Olympic movement. It is a charming ancient small town in Shropshire and is the starting point of the event.
Runners or walkers will have a maximum of 28 hours to complete the route which heads over Wenlock Edge to the Brown and Titterstone Clee hills and into Craven Arms. It then returns to Wenlock via the Caradoc and the Lawley.
There are 5 main feed and drinks stations, a substantial meal at the end, sleeping area, certificate and event memento to all finishers. Walkers start time 8am - runners start time 10am.
Cost - LDWA members £15, non LDWA £20
Entries open 4th January, sign up here.