London Winter Walk 2023

GOSH winter walk participant in the snow

28 Jan 2023 to 29 Jan 2023

Trek

London

Looking to kick start your New Year fitness regime?

About the event

The London Winter Walk has full marathon and half marathon options, both starting and finishing at The Oval Cricket Ground. You'll take in highlights of the Thames, its historic bridges, and many of the capital’s key landmarks.

Families are welcome, and this event is strictly walking only – so no jogging or running is allowed.

You'll receive a free winter bobble hat and neck buff, rest stops with snacks, and a special medal and hot food at the finish.

Choose your fundraising option

Charity sponsorship - pay a small registration fee and do lots of fundraising

Full Challenge - Reg fee £10 / fundraising target £275
Half Challenge - Reg fee £7.50/ fundraising target £195

Mixed fundraising - pay a higher contribution to the cost of your place and fundraise to a more achievable target

Full Challenge - Reg fee £44.50/ fundraising target £150
Half Challenge - Reg fee £34.50/ fundraising target £110

Why join Team GOSH?

As part of our team you'll receive one of our charity t-shirts, training tips, fundraising advice and unlimited support from our Challenge Events team, plus:

  • rest stops with free food and drink
  • all meals and food included
  • medics, massage, and pace walkers
  • medal, bobble hat, neck buff
  • the opportunity to walk your chosen distance
  • you can join as an individual or a team
  • pre-event training support
  • it's your challenge - your way

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