Marathon Walk London 2020
Get your walking shoes on for Marathon Walk London on 19th September and support BookTrust in getting children and families reading.
Challenge yourself this September by taking part in a one-day 26 mile walk around world-famous sights and less well-known corners of the capital - all for a great cause.
Setting off early from the event hub in Bloomsbury Square Gardens in Central London, this walking challenge will take you through the capital’s peaceful parks, along waterways, and past iconic landmarks, including St Paul’s Cathedral, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the London Eye before returning to Bloomsbury Square Gardens.
Alternatively, you could consider the half marathon option of 13.1 miles should you prefer, which takes a shorter route past the same notable landmarks and through parks.
Where and when
Date: 19 September 2020
Duration: 1 Day
Sign-up and fundraising options:
Choose the BookTrust fundraising option and pay only £29 towards taking part and have a minimum sponsorship target.
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About Discover Adventure
Discover Adventure specialises in worldwide cycling and trekking, with charity fundraising at its heart. Behind their challenging and often life-changing trips is a dedicated team of friendly staff and experienced leaders: people who are passionate about the outdoors and exploring the world, and get a buzz from helping others to push their limits and achieve personal goals.
Founded in 1994, they provide safe, fun, adventurous trips which offer extraordinary challenges to ordinary people, while providing a fundraising platform to positively change the lives of others.
Offering a wide range of trekking, cycling and multi-activity adventures worldwide for hundreds of charities, Discover Adventure have enabled thousands of people to experience unforgettable achievements, while collectively raising over £85 million for worthwhile causes.